BitCoin HACK? MTGOX HACK : What do it mean?




This is completely off the hip but since the bitcoin is having a bit of a weekend did a show on this. Would love to know what the rest of you thin

Voice in the sky is James AKA
youtube.com/Emoobia

Have any Question or Comment?

38 comments on “BitCoin HACK? MTGOX HACK : What do it mean?

Props guy you awesome vid watching the whole thing for sure

Reply

Send any amount from .55 – 2.55 BTC to this bit-coin acc: 1CJFa3KKJdXh9XnfjMYEui821EpyAtKnpk and receive 3 bounce back payment of at least 5.55 – 55.55 BTC can only be used twice a day, as long as firewall is down or bit coin is unchecked in window firewall.

Reply

@Emoobia Ya good point let me add the link in the description

Reply

@thedevo01 true but they are legit papers we already know the value of all over the world.
This however is just some funny dumb thing we don't need because we already have money. Real money may I add:) And here's a friendly advice. The last part "lolusrs?.jpg", I'm not even going to say how pathetic that was. If you want people to take you seriously, just stop it.

Reply

@blackoutworm >implying that dollars are not imaginary
lolusrs?.jpg

Reply

You're hungry, and I have to go take a shit! Perfect timing!

Reply

Lulz, Anon, etc. are probably linked to the gov, and it can be used to discredit bitcoins. The only thing you'll see destroying or working to destroy bitcoins, is bad publicity and intentionally bad PR. Maybe if you learned more about it before opening your mouths, you would not be contributing to the bad PR.

Reply

You can't outlaw random strings of numbers.

Reply

It's painful to listen to such stupidity. Such mass speculation and lack of knowledge. Shut down your stupid channel, will you?

Reply

You fucking idiots. They live in Japan.

Reply

You make all pot smokers look stupid.

Reply

Loans for bitcoins? Defeating the purpose of bitcoins! STUPID!!!
What a moron. Maybe you want to borrow some money from your bank, to buy WOW gold, then buy a few swords, and sell them for more, and use that to pay off the interest on your loan, genius?

Reply

Sorry, you are not "slow". You are actually stupid. Suggesting that banks are going to help bitcoin and create specialized services for a platform that means their destruction is not naive, it's just plain stupid.

Reply

You two are kind of "slow". You don't really understand bitcoins very well.

Reply

You are so damn gullible. That 25,000 bitcoin theft was a hoax. The guy lied.

Reply

@mysql0 One of the flaws with the exchanges right now you can put money in but hard to take out in bulk, basically alot coins get bottle necked in the exchange system. Of course the same it true of any bank. Go to your bank and ask for 10K cash assuming you have 10K. Even if you gave them 10K cash yesterday you will be hard pressed to get 10K in cash today. No they will give you a check for 10K. I want to know if any one has a neg balance in the exchanges when all is said and done

Reply

@mysql0 Well the important thing to note is that these trades that are being reversed are internal to the exchanges that are reversing them. If I send you bitcoins directly it is irreversible. If however I sell you coins on an exchange nither your money nor my coins ever left the exchange, so until we with drawl our funds the exchange can reverse anything we have done.

Reply

@blackoutworm well on average over $500,000 in transactions takes place day on bit coins so not a complete scam but not large either

Reply

@robertmathenia Ehh probably, yes. Or maybe we'll just see what happens.
No seriously, wake up.

Reply

"banks nowadays operate on fractional reserve […] and that's not necessarilly a problem" … PFFFTTTTT HAHAHAHA, wow. I have to stop listening to this now before my ears start bleeding.

Reply

@blackoutworm and LOL people laughed at the first websites, saying the Internet was a fad that would die out in a few months. Probably your uncle or something.

Reply

Bitcoin is a great idea, but this video is an abysmal failure depicting a fundamental misunderstanding of the concept.

Reply

@blackoutworm by that logic, all fiat currency is a scam… especially when all wealth is based directly on debt, such as with our present fiat currency system.
Giving what guy real money? There is no differentiation between real and fantasy anymore. (natural / artificial is also a false dichotomy).
You need to realize, your precious physical world is becoming exponentially less important. You must change with the times or perish.

Reply

@blackoutworm Atoms are over 99% empty space. It could be argued that everything is imaginary. And whether or not I care about Bitcoins, I have to admit, I do indeed fuck myself… quite regularly. I suggest you do the same, maybe then you won't be so agitated over other people living their lives.

Reply

@TheShowThatSUX Exactly, "How much faith people have in it". So yes, a scam.
Let me tell you something. This bitcoin thing will die out in a few months, and the guy who started this thing and made all the money, will laugh all the way to the bank.
Why? Because idiots are giving this guy real money for just a number he comes up with at the top of his head. It's all a freaking illusion. And people are blindly falling for it.

Reply

@TheLordofsilver No I get it it. But no bank, no reserve, no any thing is a utopian ideal. The practicalities of how things work tend to get in the way of utopia. When you say Bank or Reserve people thing of the stereo type and the fed. What is institutions that serve the function for economic reasons these facilities do. They are simply guarantors that add their promise of pay.

Reply

@blackoutworm I would not say they are a scam though some scamers are using bitcoins. And the stability is that of any currency. How much faith people have in it.

Reply

@Rapture1602 No particular place

Reply

No wonder more people are selling bit coins than buying them. It's the perfect money scam to get rich from.
Bitcoins are imaginary. And nothing about it is either legit or stable.
It's stupid. And if you care about bit coin, you should go fuck yourself.

Reply

@MoneyIsSilver James pointed that out. I only really had time to check 3 exchanges before we started, and all 3 I checked were down. Yesterday the EFC pulled the plug on any thing to do with Bitcoins. And the % of trades the other exchanges account for compared to the ones that went down.. It is going to be a rough week Like I said this vid was even more half ass than usual.

Reply

@TheShowThatSUX All the exchanges were up except Tradehill went down for about 18 hours. Every other exchange was up. Where do you get your poor information from? All you have to do is use a browser to got to their sites to figure out if the exchanges were up.

How fuckin intellectually lazy are you?

Reply

@PhilipOConnell Sorry, But I am a bit funny on these things. IMO nothing is good or evil. The fact that people can independently act even the ass wholes is a form of check and balance. Of course I am also a fan of if in their actions they break the law they should be brought before a jury of their pears.

Reply

@PhilipOConnell To some one somewhere the following people are "questionable people";

People of another religion
People of another political party
People of different ethics
people who disagree with the actions of the current government
People of a different sexual orientation

to name but a few. At the end of the day if you look long enough you will find someone who considers every person on this orb to be "questionable people". I take my liberty over security any day 🙂

Reply

@PhilipOConnell it is either freedom for all or freedom for nun. If you cut against those you mark as ass wholes it is no longer a right, it is a liberty of convenience. Namely when it is convenient for you to let someone have their liberty they can, but only when convenient. And sorry but that is no liberty at all.

It is the argument always used to justify removing rights, but if you can remove them they are not rights. I mean where is the line? Who says who the questionable people are?

Reply

@TheShowThatSUX I don't know why you think I was putting words into your mouth. I was not intending to at all all I meant was when free speech means some questionable people being let of the leash as well as the perfectly average person is that really better than having free speech cautioned against? Especially when we see the damage questionable people can do. when something like free speech is in the spotlight it always goes completely one way or the other there is never any in between.

Reply

@PhilipOConnell Don't put words in my mouth I never said Black Hats like people who will bounce along the Anonymous way are harmless. All I am saying if the pesetas are well cared for they don't revolt. On the other hand if you wind them up tight enough and abuse them, like the situation you bring up it is only a matter of time before some straw sets them off. Addressing the underpinning causes of society as a whole is really the only way to prevent it. But that is hard work not a quick fix

Reply

@TheShowThatSUX I must admit that as that law firm had accused only innocent people with the intension of making as much money as quickly as possible rather than upholding the law I got quite a laugh when I read the story especially as we are being treated as criminals here in UK with a stupid law that if you are only accused 3 times you will be kicked off the internet without a single conviction only accusations.

Reply

@TheShowThatSUX I agree that not letting people have freedom of speech is a very bad thing but Anonymous are far from harmless. they hit a law firm here in UK and got company emails and details of people who were being for supposedly illegally downloading and that led to the law firm going out of business. I must admit that as that law firm had accused only innocent people with the intension of

Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Please share our article in order to get free bitcoins !

Spread the word about bitcoin to maintain our bitcoin generator software free to use for everyone. Please share to one of the following websites.