¡Mayday! & Murs - Bitcoin Beezy MUSIC VIDEO - "I got 50 Bitcoin worth about $100 grand"

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  • Okey Ortiz Reply

    Here is the post for archival purposes: **Author**: _okeanun_ **Content**: >I had to do a Google search on igot after I noticed that iGot signed me up without my permission. They somehow know I do Bitcoin business even though I never dealt with them before. The part that made me search for them on Google to see if they are a scam was that the link they gave me in the email logged me in automatically. I have never seen a financial or Bitcoin site log a person on automatically without even asking that person to choose a password or generate a password for them. Here is one Reddit post that I found of them in Google search. [https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/43ryqd/igotcom_scam/](https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/43ryqd/igotcom_scam/)

  • Edna Kunze Reply

    http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2012/08/bitcoinica-users-sue-for-460k-in-lost-bitcoins/ http://www.coindesk.com/mt-gox-the-history-of-a-failed-bitcoin-exchange/ http://www.coindesk.com/early-bitcoin-adopter-calls-multi-sig-solutions-750-btc-theft/ http://www.coindesk.com/cryptsy-collapse-ceo-mansion-whereabouts-unknown/ http://www.coindesk.com/bitfinex-bitcoin-hack-know-dont-know/ http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-04-11/australian-bitcoin-exchange-igot-on-verge-of-collapse/7315894 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=16457.0 https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/3v1qv5/488_btc_was_stolen_from_me_but_how/ http://www.coindesk.com/bter-bitcoin-stolen-cold-wallet-hack/ http://gizmodo.com/hackers-have-stolen-40-000-from-bitcoins-biggest-wall-1518184070 You found one link to support your weak point. I'm not a Cypriot and I'm willing to bet you aren't either. I guess I found a few more links to support my argument.

  • Damian Barton Reply

    It really depends on where you live. Worldwide, there are so many options now, it's hard to keep track of them all. For example, in the U.S. the major online options are [Coinbase](https://www.coinbase.com/) and [Circle](https://www.circle.com/en), but there are quite a number of other options as well. The landscape changes quite quickly, and there's always a number of shady, borderline, or outright scam outfits to steer clear of. Before using any service you're unfamiliar with, I'd suggest researching them online in places like /r/Bitcoin, /r/btc, or the [BitcoinTalk Forums](https://bitcointalk.org/). Just Googling the service name and "scam" or "complaints" often can be revealing. There are also a lot of sites that list where you can buy bitcoin, but the accuracy of these lists can vary a lot. I also haven't come across a list which includes services like [LibertyX](https://libertyx.com/) which currently lists 19,000+ local store locations in the U.S. where you can buy bitcoin via their service. There are similar services in many other countries, such as Mexico and Taiwan. And Bitcoin ATMs/BTMs/vending machines are often kept track of on different sites, such as [Coin ATM Radar](https://coinatmradar.com/). Here are a few general lists to get you started: [HowToBuyBitcoins](https://howtobuybitcoins.info) [CoinDesk.com How Can I Buy Bitcoins?](http://www.coindesk.com/information/how-can-i-buy-bitcoins/) [99Bitcoins.com](https://99bitcoins.com/best-2015-bitcoin-exchanges-bitcoin-exchange-comparison-review/) [TopTenReviews Bitcoin Exchanges](http://bitcoin-exchanges-review.toptenreviews.com/) [Wikipedia category 'Bitcoin Exchanges'](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Bitcoin_exchanges) [Investopedia](http://www.investopedia.com/articles/investing/111914/look-most-popular-bitcoin-exchanges.asp) Stay away from iGot and Cryptsy, two exchanges that are apparently on the way out.

  • Grover Waelchi Reply

    > real money This didn't seem like a joke, so I thought someone should tell you, you can use bitcoin to buy [all sorts of things](http://www.wheretospendbitcoins.co.uk/) including gift cards, [computer parts](http://www.newegg.com/bitcoin), [bills](https://www.igot.com/static/pay_your_bills), [content from Microsoft](http://blogs.microsoft.com/firehose/2014/12/11/now-you-can-exchange-bitcoins-to-buy-apps-games-and-more-for-windows-windows-phone-and-xbox/), [hotel rooms](http://www.expedia.com/Checkout/BitcoinTermsAndConditions), [dating sites](http://mashable.com/2013/04/17/okcupid-bitcoin/), [gambling](https://peerbet.org/), [gold bullion](https://www.bitgold.com) and even ["real money"](https://bitbargain.co.uk/sell).

  • Gustave Weimann Reply

    > 1) individuals, NOT purse, were behind the issues that happened And alphabay does not enable the sale of drugs right? > that last one where the account closed shows that the person involved clearly had ill intentions and was likely involved in chargeback fraud. Yeah funny that one is that not what i was saying? Enjoy the echochamber where critical voices get banned. If you check my post history i was also calling out others like iGOT and cloudhashing schemes. So you must want scams to continue, this is good for bitcoin!

  • Ruthe Hyatt Reply

    **Author**: _hobaid_ **Content**: >I tried to withdraw 4800$ using igot.com and it had been over two weeks now with nothing showing in my UAE bank account. I also tried to send bitcoin to another wallet and it is still pending since 4 days. I also opened two support tickets but no reply. Any idea about how I get my money am really in trouble!

  • Kailee Gislason Reply

    Because of this? http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-04-11/australian-bitcoin-exchange-igot-on-verge-of-collapse/7315894

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