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I've stumbled across something that seems amazing.

Discussion in 'CryptoCurrency' started by Rayban34, Aug 13, 2019.

  1. Rayban34

    Rayban34 Registered Member

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    I wrote out a post here that explains it all: Article content below.

    No need to register, just read the content. There are no affiliate links or anything in there.

    If mods get angry then tell me and I'll re-write it for here. I'm just currently thinking of seo :)
     
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  2. the gent

    the gent Senior Member

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    I know it, Clickbait
    Yeah i know, just advertising
    Boi, better to put that article here, copie it and paste it wont take more that 0.1 second !
     
  3. Rayban34

    Rayban34 Registered Member

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    Hmm. I can't seem to edit that - so here goes:

    A little while I stumbled across an crypto exchange called Liquid.com -- I found it because I like to regularly keep an eye on the price of Stac coin. I have little over 30k of those coins and I've been white knuckling them for almost 2-3 years. For those of you that don't know what white-knuckling is, it's holding onto them very tightly.

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    A bit of background: Stac coins are part of the Project coinstarter. Coinstarter was once upon a time a very promising young project. Coinstarter is essentially a hub for new ICO projects to list their projects and get some funding from interested parties -- it's essentially like a crowdfunding platform but with a twist. If you bought into their project they would give us access to their coinstarter box. A box that let's you grab free ICO coins from all the promising projects listed with them in exchange for some Stac. The project raised more than 7 million of capital and were raring to go. Sounds good doesn't it?

    Well, it wasn't all that great for them because they kept missing their deadlines and people were complaining, and because of the nature of what they were offering people had high expectations and they hadn't delivered any of it. As time passed by investors ended up selling their coins for a massive loss. I bought into the project when eth was at it's all time peak. $1.5k per eth, and I put 3 of them in there in return for around 16,000 coins.

    People were so disappointed in the project that they were just selling their coins, sometimes 100,000 of them for less than $100 -- considering they must have put in at least $20k for 100,000 coins, they sold at a massive loss. I had pretty much given up on it myself, but I wasn't prepared to let my nearly $5k investment go down the tube -- I held onto them.

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    So I saw liquid.com and I seen that Starter coin was trading in quantities of over 7million coins per day. Quite a lot for a dead project, and it had me slightly curious. Why would anyone want to trade a dead coin? So I fired up my coinstarter.com account and woah and behold, they've finished the coinstarter box, and it bloody works. YES. IT WORKS. I had to wait for a little bit to get in, but once I went through the queue I was able to pull off my tokens into my eth wallet:

    [​IMG]
    If you wonder why I've blacked out those addresses it's because I sit on enough hack forums to know that all they need is your address these days.

    Anyway! - I've been pulling these into my account every 5 hours. I wait until they max out. 1 AIR, 240 HUBRIS, 100 LVPD, and 20 TRAVEL. By the time I've finished over the next week I'll have quite a few of these coins. The cost of pulling these coins into my wallet? 1 Stac per pull!!!

    Now you might be asking, yeah, that's all well and good Raymond, but these coins you're pulling are shitcoins! Actually, you'd be wrong. It's just that all four of them right now are going through their ICO'S. Let me get out their websites:

    AIR: I couldn't find this one! Grr

    HBRS: https://www.hubrisone.com

    LVPD: https://livepod.tv

    [​IMG]
    (So, I'm no joke pulling 100 tokens every 5 hours from a project that issued 250 LVPD per eth.)

    TRAVEL: I couldn't find this one either, but it's there. I checked on etherscan.

    I've always wanted to build a super diverse portfolio with lots and lots of coins and now I can -- you see, these coins change every month. As new coins get added, the coinbox updates with nice new coins.


    So now you're probably wondering how much all of this costs, right?

    Head over to liquid.com or any other exchange that deals with Stac and grab 10,000 Stac coins for around $2!! Yup, that's 10,000 pulls of crypto into your eth token wallet for $2! And hold onto it :)

    Don't believe me? Here's Liquids Stac/Eth exchange.

    [​IMG]
    Or just think I'm being sensationalist - it's totally up to you! :) but eventually the old users will catch on and realise they are missing out just like I did. 10,000 pulls for $2 is an amazing deal. Get it whilst it's still there!

    I didn't put any links in this to show you I wasn't making any money from it -- just pure information :)
     
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  4. Zatoichi

    Zatoichi Regular Member

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    Did you consider just keeping quiet with this and keep piling up all the coins you can get?
     
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  5. negon

    negon Registered Member

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    This seems to be a awesome method to make some money! Thanks for the share will try to replicate it.
     
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    Rayban34 Registered Member

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    I've made enough myself through awesome people sharing crypto tips. If this helps anyone out of a sticky situation then I'm glad. Because that's me paying it forward.
     
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    Can you give a quicker breakdown, such as:
    1. go to (this site)
    2. sign up
    3. deposit money and buy stac
    4. transfer to private wallet
    5. make money by....?
    Read the article and not getting it. Also, liquid.com doesn't accept US traders. Thx
     
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  8. M4DM4X

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    Didn't understand everything even after reading it twice but thanks for sharing
     
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    Join coinstarter.com and all will become clear. Read the site, take it in, understand what it's about.

    Also, liquid.com isn't the only place that trades Stac - Etherflyer is probably a better option, albeit more expensive (but still insanely cheap). There are more exchanges - you just have to find them.

    https://www.etherflyer.com/trade.html?pairs=STAC-ETH

    Coinstarter is a crypto-crowdfunding platform. Basically projects come there to list and to get more reach (there are thousands of us registered on coinstarter, or at least there was at the beginning). Those that want to promote their coins leave a little bit of their ICO coins for us Stac holders to collect. We do so by swapping our Stac to collect x amount of x ICO coins every 5 hours (depending how many ICOs agreed to do so - I expect there are bonuses for those that do (although I'm not sure)) Right now I'm currently collecting 4 ICO coins 4-5 times per day.

    I don't know how to explain it better than that, sorry.
     
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    I'll sum it with what I did.


    1) Sign up at https://coinstarter.com
    2) Once signed up, navigate to the box button, click it.
    3) Enter your Ethereum address into the field where it asks for it.
    4) You'll be greeted with this page
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    5) You don't actually have to wait, either refresh the page or navigate to this link
    https://coinstarter.com/coinbox

    GETTING STAC

    1) Sign up at https://liquid.com
    2) Enable 2FA
    3) Deposit some Ethereum into your account
    3) Go to https://app.liquid.com/exchange/STACETH
    4) Buy some STAC
    5) Withdraw STAC into your Ethereum address.

    I don't know what happens after this, but you should be able to pull tokens after this. I'll be doing this soon.

     
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    How do you withdraw stac into Ethereum account? I've spent forever in coinstarter, looking for my stac wallet
     
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    I believe that the wallet you used to sign up to the box with is the wallet, but I am not sure and do not follow my instructions without checking again. Try it with a very small amount and see if it works, then try.
     
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    Thanks Azaan and Rayban for your clarification it's very appreciated.
    Do you have to provide real infos (names, adress, etc) and KYC if you want to use their service or can we use dummy info?
    Also they are talking about metamask, do you need this?
     
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    I'm not using my real info - only the info I used like the wallet I used in the ICO -- years ago! If you link that up you get 2 years worth of free pulls. Hell, I didn't know there were originals on here too! Glad I noticed it :)
     
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  15. Azaan

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    Do you know which wallet we withdraw the stac into?
     
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    Yes, also, I'd recommend using metamask. With metamask you can link it up via the website. You have to pay a small fee each pull. I think it's like 0.00001 eth or something. It's super small - just the gas fee.
     
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    I'm still waiting for mine to come off the exchange. I sent it to my ethereum address. But I only used 1000k coins as a small test before I bring the big chunk over! I'll keep you updated.
     
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    err 1k coins! Not 1000k lol
     
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    UPDATE TO MY LITTLE GUIDE :
    Go to the box page on coinstarter, and log in to metamask, it will ask if you want to share your address with coinstarter to connect your account. Click yes. Then it will be able to see any Stac you have. If you signed up with a different address, refresh the page, login with metamask and that is the address to send STAC from the exchange to. DO NOT SEND STAC TO THE PREVIOUS ADDRESS
     
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    Is the idea that you can make $ if one of these random coins has value in the future?