Tag Archives: PayCoin

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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Was Sukirti Kandpal Victim Of A Criminal Cryptocurrency Scheme?

Beautiful and talented, Sukirti Kandpal is a major television star in India. As one of the cast members of an Indian soap opera, Dilli Wali Thakur Gurls, she’s in the homes of viewers five nights a week. Sukirti is also a former Miss India and was a contestant on Bigg Boss, an Indian version of Big Brother.  Ms Kandpal may

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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

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$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

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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

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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

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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

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Oops! Million Dollar CPIG Web Domain Is Missing! More #Cryptocurrency Conundrums

In August of last year Josh Garza paid a million dollars for the BTC.com website. Today the website disappeared.Coincidentally, also today was the launch of reservations for the new CoinCard credit card by CPIG. That site is also MIA. These strange happenings could be a repeat of Garza once again changing his mind or Garza once again finding he can’t deliver

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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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