Yes ladies and gentelman you heard it here first. A well known bitcoin thought leader BLOCKED a person AND a website on twitter. The blockage happened after a so called “hit piece” was done by a bitcoin news website. Apparently the article misrepresented the thought leader and bitcoin influencer´s opinon on private blockchains. Given that popular influencers have mega busy schedules it is not always easy to get in touch with them, and they are not known to reply with the quickness, or at all. In this case there was no effort made to contact though. It is a hard knock life for those crypto writers and thought leaders alike. The question remains –

Did the drama end there?

NO of course not.

THIS IS BITCOIN and drama is part of it.


​Inside the Bitcoin community,people talk mad beef on twitter and reddit. Straight talk mixed in with a healthy dose of trolling and hazing usually iron out any problems, at least keeping them from burning. A noticeable lack of communication between news websites has now created a one sided mud throwing drama event fueled by self interest.

Can’t we all just create an echo chamber

The twitter beef blew up all in the twitter feeds (damn they were a rollin) between a Bitcoin influencer, thought leader and fan favorite. The writer told us like it is with the title “Bitcorn Thought Leader U WRONG BOY’ Wat U talkin about Private Blerkkchainz.” The rap was built around the recent twitter beef that lead to drama that lead to a webpage talking shit about another webpage without contacting them about the drama so that we can create more drama.

In Crypto Rag´s opinion, the deal is, as the other Crypto Rag done forgot to get up with anybody they done f*ked it up. Or in other words. In our kind opinion,the crux of the matter is in fact that the writer failed to schedule a reach out confernce with the thought leader PR desk. In that way is the reason for the actons taken place on the social media platform known as twitter to “block” users.


Writing an opinon article is great. They are nice to read and most news sites publish them daily,in fact I have done a whole hell of a ton. So I am in fact an expert in this manner and have now qualfied myself. The problem with the piece in question will now be explained in a way that I have already explained but I need to increase the word count. I know that you are not stupid but I am sorry I will write as if you are.

A) It is not hard to find thought leader influencer´s opinons.

B) Learn how to use email or a phone.

This shit is damn funny, because, in the article’s first paragraph, they a commin out of the launch pad with shit like , “you stupid” which is in fact a misconception of relevancy that could have been cleared up with 25 cents and a payphone. The “trolly” does not seem to be in tech understanding but instead a language and communication issue.

Question: ” is it easy to create a click-bait heading?”
No it is not.

“Editor’s Note: This break down is the truth . It has started debate and debate has positive and negative sides since a debate has people that agree and disagree, children please study this for tomrrows test.”

How to promote your cloud mining or ponzi with bitcoin!


Do you have a cloud mining operation or ponzi scheme that you need to promote?

-Are you falling on deaf ears with all these haters calling what you are promoting a “scam” or calling you other names like scammer?

-Is the program you are promoting as an affilate not getting the referals that you wanted because people do not trust the offer?

-Would you like to leverage new interest in bitcoin but are not sure how?

-Do you need thought leaders and trustworthy people in the bitcoin world to talk about you?

-Do you need the name of what you are promoting mentioned as much as possible?

If you answered


to any of these questions then we have the solution.

First send 5btc – now only 1btc to apihdspbgpsgpspspspi1335


-Send bitcoin to yourself, any large ammount betweet 5 btc and 500 btc. The more the better.
-From another social media account not associated with what you are promoting send a public message similar to this.
“We just send you too much bitcoin by mistake, please do the right thing and send it back! Thanks!”
Do not send the funds back right away.
-Let people retweet and even get a little angry. Make sure that a few crypto mags pick up the story and that it is on reddit and twitter. Get people to do live streams about it, youtube videos ect.
-Suddenly when everyone is calling you a scammer and thief you SEND THE BITCOIN BACK.

Now you are the hero and have gotten a lot of free exposure for the program that you are promoting.

Repeat for better effects

Bitcoin-Trader dot biz was a platform that clamied to make profits with arbitrage trading and mining. Maybe they were doing arbitrage and mining, maybe not. Basically you deposited fiat and bought “shares” in arbitrage or mining. Your account frequently received payments and if your account reached the withdraw threshold (contract end 120days / 365days)then you could withdraw. Basically profit on auto with no work! Just invest! Sounds great huh?

The company is registered in Panama, which in itself is not a bad thing. However plenty of scams are incorporated there so when you are checking out a company then when you read “INC PANAMA” one alarm should go off. As soon as they promise a set % of profit then an alarm should go off (it does say up to 3% but not 0-3%). Ok so 2 alarms have gone off, if you are still thinking of depositing then I am not sure what to say, but bitcoin-trader also knows exactly how you feel.

An Affiliate program is great for both the affiliates and the company involved. Affiliates are basically sales people that are paid on a performance basis and cost the company nothing in wages. They are only paid if they deliver sales. Each affiliate has an affiliate link like If you visit the page via my link and deposit then I get a small% of what you deposit or depending on the model a flat amount for every person that signs up. This model is not an automatic alarm. However if there is an Affiliate system in place be ready to be bombarded with banners, ads, blog posts and more. Bitcoin-Trader even went a step further and enlisted “local reps” which is a brilliant idea to gain trust. No longer is the website only on the internet they have reps worldwide. You can contact a local rep and they can ensure you that despite the promises of profit, company being incorporated in Panama or even countless alarms on bitcointalk that the company is legit and you can deposit and watch the profits flow in. – See more at:

Bitcoin Conferences
These guys were at plenty of bitcoin conferences, or at least local reps were there. Being seen in person makes the site seem “legit”. They gave out FREE 20$ shares, I do not know how many but at the conference I was at I guess they gave out 2,000-5,000$ worth of shares. Sounds great! FREE MONEY! WOOOO! I got one of these free cards with the rub off code that allows you to clam your share. I was paid a few cents on time as payment for being in an “arbitrage pool”. Totally free! WOW! Now I should deposit a few thousand, it looks legit now, im going to be rich!!!!

Let us take a moment and think. They can afford to pay for a stand and give away maybe 5,000$ just like that. Doesn’t that sound a little fishy? What other company was giving out thousands of dollars just for fun? When I got that card and saw how this was going, I thought that they were really reaching, really trying for the last homerun, maybe a whale will get fooled into buying a large sum of shares.

I hope people stop falling for these schemes, really I have no proof that is was a scheme, it could have been a totally legit business. You can decide for yourself.

From the email:
Dear Clients
Regrettably I have to announce the failure and closure of Bitcoin Trader. While preparing for the final audit results, a task we were working on for weeks now, our bitcoin wallet has been hacked and emptied, just after exchanging our fiat holdings within the exchanges to bitcoin and transferring our entire holdings to our wallet, in order to proof our solvency. It is a known fact that I personally opposed any proof of solvency, but agreed to conduct it for the sake of a few dozen small and medium investors. The hacker contacted me shortly after he took advantage of our holdings and demanded a ransom in order to transfer the coins back. I have agreed to a 25% ransom of the entire sum, but haven’t heard back from him for several days now. My aim was to create something based on trust, just as bitcoin itself is based on distributed trust. Unfortunately I must admit today, I have failed. All left to do now is to declare bankruptcy with the Panamanian authorities and to hand over all relevant files and information for further investigation.
Sincerely, John Carley

Maybe it is true, but we have had our fair share of “hacked” business that suddenly have all funds disappear. is down but you can see what it looked like here.