Mampilly Bitcoin pump

By whoskold, August 29, 2017

What is Paul Mampilly talking about regarding a Sept. 5th announcement regarding some sort of bitcoin investment?

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lisa
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The company behind this “coin” has been doing business the right way. Now I want to be clear, what I’m talking about isn’t a cryptocurrency — but it does involve a kind of currency you could redeem in everyday life. They have been quietly locking in contracts with some of the world’s largest companies … working so they will accept this “coin” in exchange for goods. This “coin” is already being used to book luxury hotel rooms, secure first-class flights to exotic countries, put gourmet meals in front of even the most humble people who held it for years …… Read more »
u950548
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Does anyone have any idea? I was wondering, too.

kathryn seranduc
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He’s talking about EM coin , which BAnnon publications is now pumping

kathryn seranduc
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Martin Hutchinson , a Bannon trained promoter is pushing
emcoin
Martin Hutchinson is a world leading expert in this field. After careful investigation, he strongly recommends the cryptocurrency EmCoin that he predicts will out-compete Bitcoins and will yield greater returns than Bitcoin that has increased 3000 times. An investment of a

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Rick Shaddock
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You an easily mine Emcoin with an ordinary Windows computer. Don’t buy it But where to sell it?

spruce
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I believe it is EM Coin

joro
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we need the stock ticker of the company behind the coin

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AON
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Any clue where to find it, if it is EM coin? I searched a few crypto exchanges and couldn’t find anything..

roland1966
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EMcoin ( empire coin ) looks like a scam, be very carefull with this one, kind of nigarian fraud.

mary555
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Yes, literally a Nigerian fraud, or at least offering. I have cut and pasted below from their website. I don’t understand how EM coin could be what Mampilly is promoting and revealing on Sept. 5th though. The EM website says their initial coin offering was a few days ago. Paul Mampilly says what he is promoting has been around since the last economic downturn (in US). So, I don’t know why anyone would think it has anything to do with Em coin. Please explain. ICO For EmCoin starts soon on 28th August 2017. Time 12pm GMT+1 The anticipate ICO for… Read more »
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Angelo Restrepo
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Any one want to split the costs?

Pat
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Split what cost?

Rick Shaddock
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I haven’t seen EMCoin on any exchanges. Looks like a waste of time.

mary555
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EMCoin is a Nigerian offering. Appears to be a scam. Paul Mampilly was not promoting this or any other cryptocurrency. It appears that he was talking about a points program.

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Pat
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what cost/

rick1947
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There is no EMcoin that I can find. This can’t be what Paul is talking about.

Yogi Blair
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Sept 5th has come. What could it be?

Lou
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Heard on another thread that it’s PCOM.

Rick Shaddock
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On the web site Sept 15 they announce “EmCoin Hits Exchanges!” but mention none of them. No real name or backgrounds of founders. “Johnson Daniel” is a fake name. No “Samuel Okezie” has anything to do with crypto. Nigeria coins are often stupid scams.
http://emcoin.net/blog.html

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cicorp
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On their blog they mention “Emcoin Hits Exchanges!” on September 15, 2017. It’s about time, and should take a week, not weeks, after the ICO. But they don’t list a URL for any exchange. Red flag. At least we get a couple names: Johnson Daniel (which sounds fake and backwards) and Samuel Okezie (none of the 5 on LinkedIn have computer science experience, much less crypto). Ties to Nigeria are a red flag. My conclusion: pump & dump scam. http://emcoin.net/blog.html

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