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May 17, 2015, 03:13:59 PM
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People are reporting frozen and missing funds. All markets seem to be borked. Is this the "We Got HaXX0Red" stage for Cryptsy?

Edit to add a recent tweet from BV:



He says they are installing new hardware. I quit using this exchange that openly is engaged in the Paycoin scam, what are people still using Cryptsy seeing?

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May 17, 2015, 03:34:23 PM
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Pipe down dude. Nobody seems to be hacked. These things happen and they always fix it.

Without Cryptsy, all we have are Chinese exchanges which are not really convenient for the westerners. Also, there is only one person behind Paycoin problem, Homero Garza, and he s out of the picture.

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May 17, 2015, 03:45:45 PM
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Pipe down dude. Nobody seems to be hacked. These things happen and they always fix it.

Without Cryptsy, all we have are Chinese exchanges which are not really convenient for the westerners. Also, there is only one person behind Paycoin problem, Homero Garza, and he s out of the picture.

Weird shit happens on an exchange, order books borked, negative balances, withdrawals stopped, all with no advance warning and with different excuses given by the people who are running it and who have every reason to deceive you, and you believe them. I don't.

Homero says he is no longer part of the massive fraud scam he created and you believe the word of a brazen habitual liar who has every reason to lie to you. I don't believe him.

Why are people so easy to fool? Is it the Rat Poison in the water?  Huh

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May 17, 2015, 04:54:01 PM
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People are reporting frozen and missing funds. All markets seem to be borked. Is this the "We Got HaXX0Red" stage for Cryptsy?

Edit to add a recent tweet from BV:



He says they are installing new hardware. I quit using this exchange that openly is engaged in the Paycoin scam, what are people still using Cryptsy seeing?

These things will continue to take place as long as people stick to real time exchanges. It is Mt. Gox, Bitstamp, Cryptsy ...the story goes on. It is high time people understand the danger of these exchanges and shift to far safer direct trading ones like www.LocalBitcoins.com or even more safer alternative like www.100bit.co.in, as it does not require bitcoin to be deopsited in site wallet.

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May 17, 2015, 05:30:10 PM
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People are reporting frozen and missing funds. All markets seem to be borked. Is this the "We Got HaXX0Red" stage for Cryptsy?

Edit to add a recent tweet from BV:



He says they are installing new hardware. I quit using this exchange that openly is engaged in the Paycoin scam, what are people still using Cryptsy seeing?

These things will continue to take place as long as people stick to real time exchanges. It is Mt. Gox, Bitstamp, Cryptsy ...the story goes on. It is high time people understand the danger of these exchanges and shift to far safer direct trading ones like www.LocalBitcoins.com or even more safer alternative like www.100bit.co.in, as it does not require bitcoin to be deopsited in site wallet.

i doubt they are far safer, i read about story of people buying account(they can be sold apparently) on localbitcoin and then use those to scam people, take advantages of the numerous feedback
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May 17, 2015, 05:33:00 PM
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Something I posted in the GAW/Paycoin scam thread. It is openly acknowledged that Cryptsy is involved in the Paycoin scam, but whether they are manipulating price and volume on their own exchange is yet to be proven. Customers have not been able to make trades on Cryptsy for several hours now, and yet Bot trades continue on. My guess is that these must therefore be operated by the exchange itself.

And the beat goes on, on Cryptsy:


https://bitcoinwisdom.com/markets/cryptsy/xpybtc

Funny how nobody is able to trade on Cryptsy right now (Several hours already), yet these bots keep doing their thing over and over. Things that make you go Hmmmm. My guess is that these are Cryptsy's own Bots manipulating the XPY market. Opinions? Is this direct proof of Cryptsy running Bot traders on the Paycoin market of their own exchange?

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May 17, 2015, 06:17:00 PM
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Not the first time Cryptsy goes on a site-wide maintenance Smiley
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May 17, 2015, 06:19:02 PM
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Not the first time Cryptsy goes on a site-wide maintenance Smiley

Is this an example of your "Freelance Writing"?

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May 17, 2015, 06:21:39 PM
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What is the "cold wallet address" of Cryptsy? According to walletExplorer is :

- https://www.walletexplorer.com/wallet/Cryptsy.com/addresses

but I think they have another address with a lot of coins (only to check if something is wrong , however I do not think the site was hacked and bitcoin were stolen).
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May 17, 2015, 06:24:25 PM
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Trading seems to be working again.

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May 17, 2015, 06:25:26 PM
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What is the "cold wallet address" of Cryptsy? According to walletExplorer is :

- https://www.walletexplorer.com/wallet/Cryptsy.com/addresses

but I think they have another address with a lot of coins (only to check if something is wrong , however I do not think the site was hacked and bitcoin were stolen).

"Something" happened. Crash/Hack-etc. The "hardware swap" excuse was tossed out after things went haywire. You would think that if they planned on being down while swapping gear it would be announced ahead of time, so that people could pull open orders and such.

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May 17, 2015, 06:30:03 PM
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What is the "cold wallet address" of Cryptsy? According to walletExplorer is :

- https://www.walletexplorer.com/wallet/Cryptsy.com/addresses

but I think they have another address with a lot of coins (only to check if something is wrong , however I do not think the site was hacked and bitcoin were stolen).

Mr. Revere has a legitimate bone to pick with Cryptsy, because of their involvement in the Paycoin scam, you see. But he ought to know perfectly well there was no hack. This is just how Cryptsy works operates is.

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May 17, 2015, 06:33:46 PM
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What is the "cold wallet address" of Cryptsy? According to walletExplorer is :

- https://www.walletexplorer.com/wallet/Cryptsy.com/addresses

but I think they have another address with a lot of coins (only to check if something is wrong , however I do not think the site was hacked and bitcoin were stolen).

Mr. Revere has a legitimate bone to pick with Cryptsy, because of their involvement in the Paycoin scam, you see. But he ought to know perfectly well there was no hack. This is just how Cryptsy works operates is.

There is also the detail of Cryptsy holding a public poll to decide the fate of the Paycoin Prime Controller they were "given" which I won and then they refused to make good on the deal.  Wink

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May 17, 2015, 06:51:56 PM
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Not the first time Cryptsy goes on a site-wide maintenance Smiley

Is this an example of your "Freelance Writing"?

What are you attacking him for?

Having being around for sometime and dealt with various exchanges, Cryptsy seems to be the most reliable. Sure, they can be immensely frustrating at times and also cause losses on potential gains, but I never had a Satoshi missing from there.

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May 17, 2015, 08:01:28 PM
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Not the first time Cryptsy goes on a site-wide maintenance Smiley

Is this an example of your "Freelance Writing"?

What are you attacking him for?

Having being around for sometime and dealt with various exchanges, Cryptsy seems to be the most reliable. Sure, they can be immensely frustrating at times and also cause losses on potential gains, but I never had a Satoshi missing from there.

I do not see an attack anywhere. Not sure what you were trying to imply.

Also: Cryptsy is openly involved in the ongoing Paycoin scam. If an exchange being directly involved with coins that it lists (ESPECIALLY brazen fraud schemes like Paycoin) does not bother you then go right ahead and put your coins there. It isn't like an exchange could manipulate the price of coins to promote scams or engage in naked shorting of coins using customer deposits or anything.  Roll Eyes

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May 17, 2015, 08:05:20 PM
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"Something" happened. Crash/Hack-etc. The "hardware swap" excuse was tossed out after things went haywire. You would think that if they planned on being down while swapping gear it would be announced ahead of time, so that people could pull open orders and such.
This is why I always suggest to don't keep own coins on an exchange Wink.



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Mr. Revere has a legitimate bone to pick with Cryptsy, because of their involvement in the Paycoin scam, you see. But he ought to know perfectly well there was no hack. This is just how Cryptsy works operates is.

There is also the detail of Cryptsy holding a public poll to decide the fate of the Paycoin Prime Controller they were "given" which I won and then they refused to make good on the deal.  Wink
I didn't know this thing, but at the end it is your decision (in general) to trust an exchange... personally I can't hold or keep my bitcoins on an exchange for more than 1 hour (it is so risky).

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May 17, 2015, 09:12:36 PM
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Wtf is going on? Is that sketchy message the only awayable info?

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May 17, 2015, 10:26:25 PM
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Best of luck to everyone with altcoins left on Cryptsy.

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May 17, 2015, 10:43:21 PM
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lots of FUD from mr Revere. Ive been trading on cryptsy for some months now and they fix their problems pretty fast. im sure there will be an official statement but they had a hardware malfunction today and it took some hours to get that fixed. after that they had to do audits on all accounts and handle the individual problems. almost everything is back to normal now except the withdrawals and deposits. look at things from the brightside, new UI is coming on cryptsy along with some server upgrades etc. things can only get better.



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