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Bitcoin Scams: Don’t be a victim!

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In my last post, I shared the cloud-based bitcoin mining. I even invited some of my friends to join. I also tried to buy additional hash power to boost mining capability.

My account was earning about 100,000 Satoshis in a day, I did not withdraw hoping that it will eventually.

Until October 23, 2017 when I tried to login to Auroramine and check the progress of my account. Only to find out that the site is no longer operational.


Yes, I was a victim of a bitcoin scammers twice.

The second time I was scammed was when I signed up from Quantumhash. This time I did not buy additional hash power. But when I tried to withdraw my account, it is asking me to deposit first.


And I’m sharing this post to warn everyone that there are other bitcoin scam websites.

Good thing that there’s a website that shows the list of bitcoin scammers.

To view the list of websites of bitcoin scammers, follow the link below:

Bad Bitcoin List







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