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Wednesday, 12 July 2017

TBC the billion coin wallets are offline now for a reason.

Hello everyone,

TBC wallets are offline for a reason please their shouldn't be cause for alarm or panicking, this is because we are getting the backlogs for older transactions to be comfirmed and complete at this moment.

When wallets are back online all pending transactions should be marked confirm and complete except you had been flagged a discounter and your coins have been seized by TBC police.

Below are images that show that wallets are currently offline and will be online in few minutes depending on the speed of transactions few hours.

Tbcoinnews admin.


  1. Am more concerned about the fiat exchanger it's taking too longer time than expected

  2. It's back but the confirmations are still unconfirmed...

  3. What about tell everyone what the reason behind it

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  5. Hello all
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  6. When will be launch fiat exchange
    Could we update kringle account after launching exchange
    And when wallets will be back as login

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  9. Wallet account is still having problems logging in, I hoped it will fixed soonest. Because this is really making people to frighten as had been on since morning

  10. How do i know if an account had been "flagged a discounter" ? Thank you

  11. Attention: Please, Let's Note that the Backlog is Only Delaying our Exchange of Fiat. Reserve Examiners will receive their Testers email anytime from now. Please Please stop all Transactions from this moment until the Backlog eliminated Old Transcation cancelled. Some Testers will replace the failed Backup in the Questionnaire at any time and Only the Backlog will delay the launch of Fiat Exchange. Please and Please STOP ALL TRANSACTIONS for now.

  12. When can we start make transactions on tbc wallet?

  13. HomeFeaturedTop 3 Scamcoins Giving Cryptocurrency a Bad Name
    Top 3 Scamcoins Giving Cryptocurrency a Bad Name JP Buntinx January 23, 2017 Featured TheMerkle_Scamcoins

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    The cryptocurrency world has seen its fair share of scams, Ponzi Schemes, and other programs where people lost a lot of money. Some of those projects will always stand out, mostly due to their sheer size. Interestingly enough, some scam coins have made an impact on the ecosystem as well. Only one of the currencies listed below is still in operation today, and they are being scrutinized by law enforcement agencies as we speak.


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    With a name such as The Billion Coin, it is not hard to see why this cryptocurrency has been labeled as a scam. This Ponzi Scheme advertised itself earlier in 2016 as the biggest cryptocurrency, even dethroning bitcoin. As one would come to expect from this malicious schemes, The Billion Coin claims its value will always go up. TBC mainly targets users in Indonesia, and a lot of innocent people fall victim to this scheme.

    However, with no source code – hence no currency to speak of – and no whitepaper – it becomes evident this project is selling nothing but hot air. There is no development roadmap either, indicating there is no one developing this project. Even the block explorer seems suspicious, which is not surprising considering there is no technology powering this scam. Moreover, it is not possible to exchange The Billion Coin anywhere, as no exchange wants to list it.

    #2 PAYCOIN

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    Everyone in the cryptocurrency world has heard of PayCoin, an infamous cryptocurrency scheme operated by Homero Joshua Garza. PayCoin portrayed itself as a global currency that could compete with bitcoin, yet never lived up to that expectation. Mining Paycoin could only occur through the company’s proprietary cloud mining platform, called Zenminer.

    GAW Miners, the company operating Zenminer and PayCoin, once claimed a US$8m investment was made in the platform, but that information was completely bogus. Things unraveled for Paycoin once Zenminer started attracting a lot of money, eventually leading to all withdrawals being suspended indefinitely. All platforms who listed PayCoin for trading purposes promptly removed XPY shortly afterward. It remains unclear how much money has been lost due to the PayCoin scam to this very day.

    #1 ONECOIN
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    When talking about cryptocurrency scams, one should look no further than OneCoin. Similarly to The Billion Coin, OneCoin has no technological infrastructure, no development, and no white paper. This entire ecosystem is created out of thin air, yet it continues to attract investments from unknowing consumers all over the world.

    Thankfully, OneCoin is meeting a lot of resistance from various governments all over the world. The London Police is actively investigating this pyramid scheme. Plus, Italy has banned OneCoin activity due to an ongoing fraud investigation. Bringing down this scheme once and for all could be challenging, but things are heading in the right direction.

  14. In my opinion, TBC is not a legitimate Cryptocurrency. It artificially creates a return on your investment with a formula and does not use the open market to determine the true value of the coin. This coin functions more like a Ponzi investment than a Cryptocurrency.

    Things to look out for in Cryptocurrency scams:

    Does the coin have a central authority?
    Does the coin pay returns to its investors?
    Does the coin require an ever increasing flow of money to sustain it?
    You get paid for every person you recruit into TBC:

    What is the incentive to share THEBILLIONCOIN and why should you recruit people into it? The answer is so easy! Doesn’t the Ultimate Price of TBC go up by one Euro for each new member that comes into THEBILLIONCOIN community? Yes! It does! Doesn’t the Current Price of TBC go up daily, like clockwork, at a rate of 1% to 5% until it reaches the Ultimate Price of TBC? Yes! It does! So, what does that mean to you when you are holding onto TBC coins? It means that you GET PAID for every person that you recruit. It also means that you GET PAID when they recruit too. Not only that, you GET PAID when the people that got in before you recruit. If you could imagine putting the whole TBC community into some form of an MLM structure, then you could also see that you GET PAID whenever someone from a side-line from you recruits. Recruiting is easy! – Source

    What is this scam all about? Here is a quick explanation that I think clears it up:

    There are thousands of us here as TBC members, but there are billions of them that are not yet receiving the abundance that comes from owning TBC coins. Sell your TBC coins to them; invite and educate the people you are already connected with in the world outside, to join us on our quest to make this a better world for all, sharing in the abundance that comes from being a part of the TBC community. – Source

    It is about taking wealth from people who have wealth and transferring it to TBC members who don’t have wealth.


    The cost to participate is the amount you spend to buy TBCs or Kringles.


    They have no products for you to sell to customers.

    Compensation Plan

    The Current Price takes from the Initial Price to the Ultimate Price is determined by a software formula that measures the average daily growth in Verified Members of The Billion Coin community and rewards that growth in kind. From the Day of Launch on 3/21/2016 the Current Price can either follow a 1% to 5% path towards the Ultimate Price and will increase daily by 1% to 5% until it reaches the Ultimate Price.

    The formula of the Ultimate Price of The Billion Coin is one Euro multiplied by the total number of Verified Members within the community. For example, if the total number of Verified Members equals 10,000, then the Ultimate Price of The Billion Coin is 10,000 Euros per coin.

    Income Disclosure

    As with ALL financial decisions, buying TBC coins carries a RISK! Individual results vary widely from person to person within the TBC community, and no guarantees of “Real” financial gains are offered. Buy TBC coins at your own risk! – Source

    Return Policy


    The Billion Coin Scam Conclusion

    The Billion Coin scam is a Ponzi scheme that is run by an admin that likes to be know as Kris Kringle. I guess he feels that he is giving gifts to people. They claim to be decentralized, but your wallet can be suspended forever by the admin if you do not follow their rules. TBC is not a legitimate Cryptocurrency. It artificially creates a return on your investment with a formula and does not use the open market to determine the true value of the coin. This scam is about taking wealth from people who have wealth and transferring it to TBC members who don’t have wealth. I would avoid The Billion Coin scam.


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