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The GAW Website You Never Saw; Josh Garza And The Crypto Private Investor Group

Before I get to the Bollywood ending to GAWminers I thought I should post some background info.  By the time Neal Rauhauser posted his False Light and Tortious Interference manifesto inciting people to attack the Coinfireblog after they broke the news that GAWminers was going to be investigated by the SEC, Josh Garza had already worked out his exit strategy. 

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GarzaGate Part 1, A Quick History

From the executive offices of Cantor Fitzgerald to the studios of Bollywood, one of the most ambitious confidence games ever to hit the internet is GarzaGate: the bizarre business contortions of Homero “Josh” Garza and his clusterfuck of companies, websites and grandiose schemes. GarzaGate may not involve the most amount of money swindled from investors but it wins the grand

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Top Seekrit Domains Owned By Top Seekrit Crypto Private Investor Group AKA Josh Garza

UPDATE: I just published this post and noticed that the announcement for the new Coincard came from a domain name not on the list. Sure enough, another CPIG domain, registered May 11th. I added the screencap at the bottom The Top Seekrit Crypto Private Investor Group or cPIG as most people are calling it, claims to be a group dedicated

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Kiss Your Hash Goodbye, GAW Miners Sold To BTC; Dec 10th, 2014

The investigation that began in January 2015 into Josh Garza and Gaw Miners by the Securities and Exchange Commission could take a year or two. Some of the information leaked from the investigation allege ponzi schemes, money laundering, dark money from black listed (terrorist) groups and more. There’s quite a list of possible crimes and several 3 letter federal organizations

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GAWMiners Trademark Application For ZenCloud Denied Dec 13th, 2014

The document below is GAWMiners trademark application for the name ZenCloud. Had GAWMiners taken a few minutes on the USPTO website to check on the availability of that name they would have seen it was already trademarked. They would have saved themselves the $325 application fee not to mention a possible lawsuit for trademark infringement.Their trademark request for ZenCloud was

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