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Altilly Scammer, Charles Naughton, Gives 42Coiners Final Notice

It appears the Altilly scam isn’t over yet. Assumed Altilly staff member, Charles Naughton, posted in the 42coin discord that if anyone was able to message him.. that he would refund them for a short period of time.

The first Altilly message in the 42coin channel was on 1/29/2021 and the final announcement came on 02/04/2021! It kind of leaves us wondering… what about the people who are on vacation? Does Altilly’s staff actually think it is acceptable to claim they were hacked, offer users 1 week to withdraw, and then Altilly is free to just disappear?

We strongly urge users than have been scammed by Altilly to do a few things:

1. File a complaint with your local government. This could lead to a deeper investigation into Altilly… maybe they really did get hacked, this could potentially help find the bad guy!

2. Consult with a private lawyer. There are a LOT of law firms out there that are willing to take these cases for free. One of the largest law firms in the cryptocurrency space is: https://www.silvermillerlaw.com/ Silver and Miller are free to talk to and Silver at least strikes me as a knowledgeable guy! (It should be noted that if they won’t take your case for free… Silver told me his fee is $750 per hour… yikes!)

3. Continue to hound Altilly. If you come home from vacation and find that Altilly has just disappeared… start busting their balls. These scammers have shown they want to rob people that aren’t active… not the active users that could potentially give them problems.

Good luck and don’t let scammers have an easy life.

Give them hell!!!!!!!

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Five Legal and Illegal Ways To Earn Free Bitcoins In 2021

With Bitcoin exploding in popularity… people are naturally asking “How can I earn Bitcoin for free?!” Now earning Bitcoin for “free” is absolutely possible, but not always legal. In this article, I am going to cover a handful of ways that people around the world generate free Bitcoins for themselves.

I’m in NO WAY condone illegally earning free Bitcoins, but this article could possibly help you from losing your Bitcoins as well… so let’s get started.

1. You could steal some Bitcoins.

Sadly, there is a variety of ways that people are able to steal Bitcoins from individuals and companies. I’m going to break down a few of the more common ways and a few of the less common ways.

1a. Extortion. When I think of extortion… I usually imagine a few heavy-set Italian gangsters telling some small store owner that it appears he needs _______ service or maybe something bad happens! This isn’t how extortion happens on the internet in 2021. Services are usually extorted one of three ways online these days: DDoS attack, File Encryption, or threat of legal troubles.

DDoS Example: “we see your internet service has been doing very well lately. i wanted to inform you that if you do not pay 1 Bitcoin to ____ that your service will not do so well next week because it will be offline. if you review your system log information from last night, you will see that we successfully took your service offline for 10 minutes. this is not a joke. next week we will take your service offline Monday to Friday if we are not paid.”

File Encryption Example: “we have encrypted your computer networks files. you must pay 1 bitcoin to ______ or your files will be lost forever. we are a serious organization and your information will be deleted in 7 days if we do not receive the bitcoins. when buying bitcoin, do NOT tell them that you are paying us… if you do, they will not sell you the bitcoins and we will delete your network.”

Legal Trouble Example: “we have found that one of the porn websites you visited included pictures of an underage minor. this was very naught of you but we will keep your secret for 1 Bitcoin. you must send this 1 bitcoin to _____ within 7 days or we will send a copy of your browser history and information to the FBI, your wife, and your children’s teachers.”

2a. Phishing. It sounds like fishing, but it’s a lot less smelly! Phishing is basically when someone tricks a user into thinking they are on a trusted website, but the reality is that the user is on a criminal’s website! Phishers target both legal and illegal websites. Professional Phishers take advantage of Tor browser having confusing URL’s for example… it’s also hard for a victim that was trying to send Bitcoin to an illegal market place to file a criminal complaint against a fake illegal market place!

3a. Horribly designed website flaws. A great way to earn some free Bitcoins is thinking outside of the box while you’re using services that use Bitcoin. I can not tell you how many services I’ve used that had mistakes that gave free Bitcoins!!!! Not just little services, but like LARGE Bitcoin services with BIG fucking mistakes haha! Always keep your eye out 😉 Here is an example of a sportbook service that allowed users to transfer their “locked” Bitcoins to a new account and withdraw: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=257496.msg2744140#msg2744140

2. You could offer a service. I feel like this is pretty self-explanatory, but really try to think outside of the box as far as services go. One of the easiest ways to earn money selling products online is “Dropshipping”. Dropshipping is where a customer places an order with you, then that order is placed with the real vendor and the middleman keeps the change! It’s wonderful until you get someone requesting an exchange or a refund, but in the cryptocurrency world… exchanges and refunds are a bitch regardless!

3. Defaulting on Bitcoin loans. My general rule of thumb is NEVER give anyone a loan using cryptocurrency… it’s just to hard to collect on bad debts. This doesn’t mean that there isn’t a HUGE line of people waiting to try to earn 10% on their Bitcoin by giving a stranger a loan on the internet… dumb dumb dumb! We call this “Chucking” someone (aka defaulting on a bitcoin loan).

4. Buying Bitcoin with a reversible method. This is probably the largest of all the cryptocurrency scams over the past 10 years… and no one talks about it! Basically, the scammer finds a target that is willing to get paid via Paypal. The scammer then sends the funds to the target, the target sends the Bitcoin to the scammer and then the scammer emails Paypal saying they have been hacked! Paypal then gives the scammer back their money and the person that send the Bitcoin is now left with nothing.

This scam works for a number of services: Paypal, Credit Cards, Debit Cards, Venmo, CashApp, and basically any financial service that “normal” people use that isn’t actually cash or wire! The general rule of thumb is do NOT sell your Bitcoin to a stranger for anything that is very convenient haha.

5. Find a Bitcoin sponsor or affiliate system! I wanted to end this article on a legal option that many people haven’t thought of…. Find a sponsor!!! There are literally thousands of Cryptocurrency and Blockchain companies that are just dying to get their brand out to people. Be that bridge and it may be hugely rewarding for you!

FreeBitcoins.com for example offers an affiliate system that pays 50% of all trade fees for life on referred users. All you need to do is get people to click the link we provide you and you’ll get paid for every trade they make… it’s really simple and more information can be found hereafter you register on the FreeBitcoins altcoin exchange: https://freebitcoins.com/xchange/profile/affiliate

Good luck and have fun!!

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Scam Cryptopia TradeSatoshi Altilly Livecoin Steal Funds

Cryptopia, TradeSatoshi, Altilly, & Livecoin scam news continue to roll in and each exchange offers a similar excuse on why users are unable to withdraw their cryptocurrencies.

Tradesatoshi & Altilly have tried the “Withdraw your coins in two weeks or they are gone forever” scam.

Cryptopia & Livecoin have gone with the “we got hacked… look at our homepage!” style of cryptocurrency theft.

It is absolutely disgusting that these four websites think they could get away with doing this to their users. Do not let them get away with that. Period.

FreeBitcoins exchange will NEVER say “Withdraw in two weeks or tough shit”. FreeBitcoins also invites all users from Cryptopia, TradeSatoshi, Altilly, & Livecoin to come and trade on our exchange. If there was a coin you liked on one of those previous websites… please just ask and we will probably be happy to list it!

Trade with the Bid/Ask: https://freebitcoins.com/xchange/

Trade with no account: https://freebitcoins.com/swap/

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LiveCoin.NET & ALTILLY Christmas Bitcoin & Altcoin Scams

Livecoin.net & Altilly altcoin exchanges appear to have exit scammed with very similar circumstances starting around December 23.

Both websites claimed that they lost “total” control of everything on their website… in fact look at Livecoin.net’s website right now: livecoin.net exit scam fake hack

Altilly seems to have regained control of their frontend and at least offers a screen that “explains” what happens. Altilly is offering their users a whole 14 DAYS (LOL!) to claim their lost cryptocurrencies… it makes you wonder what happens to users on vacation or our of pocket for two weeks…? I guess Altilly expects those people to just eat their losses!! INSANE what some cryptocurrency websites think they can get away with against their users.

I can assure you that while I’m with FreeBitcoins.com, you will never have to worry about your coin being delisted or our website being fake hacked and you only having a short period to claim your coins… If FreeBitcoins.com is open and/or we are still alive, you will be able to withdraw your coins from us.

Avoid sketchy altcoin exchanges. FreeBitcoins.com is owned and operated by only two people. Myself and xploited, the creator of Clamcoin & the cryptocurrency RHOM that will hopefully be airdropped to Bitcoin holders this week.

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John McAfee Lost The Dickening Bet! Will He Eat His Own Cock?

Happy New Year! It felt like 2020 was never going to end! It is also the end to the daring bet John McAfee publicly made to over 1 million of his Twitter followers. The bet was: If Bitcoin isn’t $100,000 each by the end of 2020, Mr. McAfee would eat his cock! 

Bitcoin has had a fantastic year during 2020… but was it good enough to save this old chums cock?

Bitcoin is currently at $30,000 at the time of this post! This is truly amazing, to say the least, considering the first Bitcoin I ever sold was for $60!

HOWEVER… $30,000 is still $470,000 short of the $500,000 prediction.

As you may know, Mr. McAfee is currently locked up in a Spain jail (with no bail) and is attempting to fight being extradited to Tennessee, where Mr. McAfee is accused of tax evasion & anything else the DOJ can make up.

Why our tax dollars are being wasted on an old, sick man like Mr. McAfee is absolutely beyond disgusting as far as I’m concerned. Still, he was very outspoken about his wealth with cryptocurrency and such, so I do get it, but It’s amazing seeing criminals being released in our own neighborhoods due to “COVID”, but Mr. McAfee can’t even get a bond while authorities drag their feet with him for months on end.

Regardless of all Mr. McAfees legal woes, I do wonder if Mr. McAfee plans on having a Cock meat sandwich anytime soon. I’d respect him a bit more for some sick reason if he did! (ew haha :P)

We think John McAfee is fairly gross, but we still support justice for him. It’s absurd that he is held without bond for months and he isn’t accused of hurting, harming, or stealing from anyone (this time!) He might be a crazy old fuck, but he’s an American that is innocent until proven guilty and he’s someone’s grandfather.

Coming back to the United States could be extremely costly for Mr. McAfee even without these issues with the DOJ. https://www.itpro.com/security/33284/john-mcafee-ordered-to-pay-25-million-over-neighbours-murder

If Mr. McAfee plays his cards right, maybe U.S. Attorney Dunavant will gobble his cock for him! I’ve got my fingers crossed it’s a Pay-Per-View!!! (only kidding, please don’t spank us and take away our birthdays!)

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2021 List Of The Best, Worst, & Scam Clamcoin Exchanges

Buying and selling CLAMCOIN is easier and safer now than it ever has been. FreeBitcoins offers a full-service Bitcoin to CLAM exchange that is perfect for a global market. There is also a non-custodial way to buy and sell CLAMS using the freebitcoins.com/swap tool.

Your privacy is protected due to the fact FreeBitcoins.com does not use money and does not offer futures, loans, leverage, or any financial gambling tool that is subjected to various nations’ financial gambling regulators.

Currently, FreeBitcoins is owned by MY LLC of Delaware, USA. FreeBitcoins is presently exploring the British Virgin Islands as a potential home and company headquarters. The CEO of FreeBitcoins.com is Steven Steiner (AKA BayAreaCoins), and Mr. Steiner is also the President of MY LLC. The co-founder and CTO of FreeBitcoins.com is Scott L. (AKA Xploited). Mr. X. created Clamcoin, helped work on Digibyte, and previously was employed by AOL. The name “XChange” comes from Xploiteds name.

Yobit is a scam. We have reached out to them several times and have never heard back. The yobit CLAM wallet hasn’t worked in quite some time… we strongly recommend avoiding Yobit regardless of whatever the price “looks” like it is.


The Best:

FreeBitcoins.com/xchange and FreeBitcoins.com/swap/

The Worst:

YoBit and Poloniex!

Please remember that you can get free FreeBitcoins.com stickers with free shipping… No names required and PO Boxes are totally fine: https://freebitcoins.com/stickers/