Neal Rauhauser Conversation with CryptoNews; February 2015

Neal Rauhauser initiated retaliation against CoinFireBlog because they reported the SEC investigation into GAWMiners. Neal’s RealityForger account deleted several tweets in this dialogue with CryptoNews but there are enough to give you an idea of how Rauhauser continued to support the GAWMiners ponzi scheme.You can get more info at NealRauhauser.com via Bullyville 24/7 Crypto News‏@247CryptoNews We are horrified of what is happening with our fellow journalists from @CoinFireBlog and the pathetic’s @gawceo , #XPY & their adepts .6:50 PM – 1 Feb 2015 @RealityForger @247CryptoNews So @CoinFireBlog smears @gawceo, and your idea of journalist ethics is backing them? Puzzling. Sun Feb … Continue reading Neal Rauhauser Conversation with CryptoNews; February 2015

$20 Promise By Josh Garza Of GAWMiners; Dec, 2014

Here is one of the pronouncements made by Josh Garza where he promised his company GAWMiners (or whatever variation or incarnation it was at the time) would buy back Paycoin (aka XPY) for $20 each.   GAWMiners and Garza are under investigation by several 3 letter organizations for an assortment of alleged crimes.     GAWCEO  AdminModeratorIndustry Innovator Paybase Rescheduled Lets just get to it, first the bad news. Paybase has been rescheduled to 29th of December . We wanted to have it available to you by 23/24, but Wednesday is Christmas Eve and many of our staff will be … Continue reading $20 Promise By Josh Garza Of GAWMiners; Dec, 2014

Hashtaker Question And Answers With GAWCEO; January 2015

This is a question and answer session from the late Hashtalk website before Josh Garza shut it down.  GAWCEO AdminModeratorIndustry Innovator HashStaker Q&A Let’s hear those questions. Ask away! To get us started answering popular questions, one 3 month $9.95 HashStaker will make between $12-$20 in payouts for the life of the HashStaker, (in this example, in 3 months.) HashStake Timeframe: Once a HashStaker expires, it will transfer your principal Paycoin, (the original one you put in to stake,) back into your wallet. Think of it like this. A normal miner’s payouts declines with difficulty, so at some point they … Continue reading Hashtaker Question And Answers With GAWCEO; January 2015

Josh Garza "Why Are We Still Here"; February 23, 2015

Six weeks after MrCEO, Josh Garza, posted “If it’s all a scam? Then why are we still here?”. That bit of BS was promoted by Garza’s toadie @BadBitCoinOrg. Two months after he made that statement Garza was no longer “still here”. He fled the US to Belgium and then to Dubai until the government there threw him out.  Badbitcoin.org ‏@Badbitcoinorg Feb 23 To all the empty vessels, fudsters and trolls #XPY #paycoin If it’s all a scam – Then answer this. https://hashtalk.org/topic/32441/if-it-s-all-a-scam/2 … The original statement can be seen  here. via the wayback machine. Continue reading Josh Garza "Why Are We Still Here"; February 23, 2015

GAWMiner Lawsuit Has New Website

The lawsuit against Josh Garza and GAWMiners is moving slowly but surely. Those organizing the effort recently changed lawyers due to the sheer volume of plaintiffs and complaints. They also have a new website, gawsuit.com dedicated to handling defendent’s claims.As I’ve said before, GAWMiners was probably one of the largest ponzi scams ever, perhaps not in terms of money but in victims. Those currently involved in the lawsuit hail from 49 countries across all seven continents with millions of dollars involved.  Some investors lost their life savings, some lost their jobs and some lost their homes.With so much data coming … Continue reading GAWMiner Lawsuit Has New Website

Rauhauser Manifesto: False Light & Tortious Interference; January 2015

I’ve posted this before but it always makes me laugh when I find it on teh googlez. You can see it in its original form preserved FOREVER on the wayback machine here along with 2 other comments he madeNeal posted his False Light manifesto after CoinFireBlog posted an article announcing that GAWminers was being investigated my the SEC. This post by Neal instigated retaliation against CoinFire and its editor, Mike Johnson. Mike and his staff received numerous threats of death and violence, and Johnson was sent a package containing dead rabbits.Neal was fired from his writing job because of his comment. … Continue reading Rauhauser Manifesto: False Light & Tortious Interference; January 2015

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 prize in terms of the amount of investors and number of countries involved. And drama. GarzaGAte has got the drama. Lies and broken promises, shattered dreams, betrayal, deceit, collusion, secret deals, death threats, dead bunnies (yes, dead bunnies) and of course, … Continue reading GarzaGate Part 1, A Quick History

Neal Rauhauser Gives Garza Legal Advice And Gets Fired, January 20th, 2015

This comment on the now defunct Hashtalk.org website got Neal fired from CryptoCoinsNews. It just oozes with irony on so many levels.By now it’s become known that the Securities and Exchange Commission investigation is not only doing an investigation but there are allegations that several other federal agencies are involved.Neal’s wordpress has been locked up ever since he was fired. nrauhauser False Light & Tortious Interference Yesterday I saw the news that there was going to be an SEC investigation of GAW. This morning someone popped up in chat and said that one of the usual suspects had filed a … Continue reading Neal Rauhauser Gives Garza Legal Advice And Gets Fired, January 20th, 2015

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 denied on December 13th, 2014. Continue reading GAWMiners Trademark Application For ZenCloud Denied Dec 13th, 2014