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All Cloud mining are scams, their was alot of cloud mining sites got put on the black list, yeh look everyone a high paying cloud mining site like Crypto-mine.com with a bonus 5000 Doge which was create by incompitant people that didn't know how to set one up that i could make a with draw by a wallet address then goes from a wallet address into my paypal account, instead need to make a deposit before make a withdraw, a deposit that only feed all those pieces of crap troll scamers, stealing off of people, yeh i signed up with that site, and yeh the only honest thing about that ponzi site and yeh their was bonus 5000 Doge yeh it was very high free mining, and yeh it inspired me, i got up to the amount of 9 million dollars of Bitcoins mind, and be still mining away at 20 PHS let alone the site got band and taken of google, but all those Bitcoins will still be there mining happy ever after just goes to show if amateurs cannot do programming and attempt to create a cloud mining site the withdraw won't work, gee that Crypto-mine was created by retards.

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On 1/24/2019 at 7:46 PM, James Aplin said:

gee that Crypto-mine was created by retards

1. What are you saying? TLDR?

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3. This thread is about to get locked.

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3 minutes ago, Geography said:

1. What are you saying? TLDR?

2. This thread is better suited a status update.

3. This thread is about to get locked.

What are you talking about? I learned a lot from this post. You could too if you read it objectively and didn't assume this was either a spam bot or AI after an EMP attack.


Shame on you!

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I had some serious trouble reading/comprehending what he was trying to say.

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I'm not saying everyone should be leaders, but choosing the right leader is crucial and critical. Good that you lost money and probably sanity, not your life this time.

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I had a little bit of a hard time seeing where you were going with this, since there was a lack of using commas and periods.

Any way, I see your bias from a singular personal event/incident, anyone can tell you theat mining is just like gambling or buying stocks. Take the lesson and move forward with it.

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they weren't "ALL" scams, some where for sure, but Genesis and a few others where legit, the issue is people suck at doing MATH, below a certain dollar number mining isn't profitable and those companies HAVE to make money (which they do via there clearly stated fees) and eventually they hit the point where it wasn't profitable enough and kicked in the contract terms that allowed them to cancel contracts after a set amount of being unprofitable. People calling that a scam are simply ignorant, of course they where ignorant enough to think they could profit off of cloud mining where even in the best of times they where barely profiting and looking at months to years to make back their investment under the best circumstances.


I suggest in the future READ REVIEWS OF SITES, the scam sites are well known.

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