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September 06, 2017, 12:19:58 PM
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Don't hold your breath.
And I see no reason at all to continue with crypto anymore.
I am tired of being the bad guy treated like shit across crypto so thieves and greedy losers can control it.
And drive it down the toilet.

If the pajeets want me gone?
They can pay me.

This could very well be my last post.
What's to say.. It all started with good intentions.
But.. Money.


stfu crypto is finally getting good and you come at me with this? lol  Cool ~ you miss the cryptsy trollbox alot huh?  Wink

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September 06, 2017, 05:24:05 PM
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can anyone give me some advice, BigVern/cryptsy said that the servers where " wiped" now i checked my wallet in the blockchain and found out my digibyte coins were transferred after the so called wipe, they were transferred a few times and are now located on the Poloniex servers

is there any change i can make a lawsuit against poloniex, demanding my coins back, i have evidence, besides that these are stolen coins

please let me know thanks


So, heres the thing with that...

How do you know it wasnt the lawyer moving the funds to be liquidated for the overall sum of monies collected?

If the law office took and moved the coins to poloniex they are not stolen, and are being sold for cash to pay off all the creditors.

Talk to silverman law office and see what they can tell you about those coins. I can say tho even if they recovered them, you will not get them back yourself. Too many people lost coins, and if they were recovered they would be sold and the money added to the general fund.

Didn't Silvers/Silverman publicly disclose which route the salvage coins were to/did take?

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September 06, 2017, 05:41:05 PM
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can anyone give me some advice, BigVern/cryptsy said that the servers where " wiped" now i checked my wallet in the blockchain and found out my digibyte coins were transferred after the so called wipe, they were transferred a few times and are now located on the Poloniex servers

is there any change i can make a lawsuit against poloniex, demanding my coins back, i have evidence, besides that these are stolen coins

please let me know thanks


So, heres the thing with that...

How do you know it wasnt the lawyer moving the funds to be liquidated for the overall sum of monies collected?

If the law office took and moved the coins to poloniex they are not stolen, and are being sold for cash to pay off all the creditors.

Talk to silverman law office and see what they can tell you about those coins. I can say tho even if they recovered them, you will not get them back yourself. Too many people lost coins, and if they were recovered they would be sold and the money added to the general fund.

Didn't Silvers/Silverman publicly disclose which route the salvage coins were to/did take?

Yes they Did. They know Coinbase Laundered a lot of Verns (Our) Coins. They are going after Coinbase, Part II of the Lawsuits.

http://law.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/florida/flsdce/9:2016cv81992/497843/36/


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September 06, 2017, 06:26:35 PM
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noobs: most your coins went to the goldcoin dev rite? ( vlad2vlad got bbqcoin from him post disbursement for example)

..in the endgame the most actual value btc was pilfered by Alex Sterk(Sterky)&Julian(jyap) via JBS Jumucks 10x1 split..look it up*

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September 10, 2017, 02:56:38 PM
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can anyone give me some advice, BigVern/cryptsy said that the servers where " wiped" now i checked my wallet in the blockchain and found out my digibyte coins were transferred after the so called wipe, they were transferred a few times and are now located on the Poloniex servers

is there any change i can make a lawsuit against poloniex, demanding my coins back, i have evidence, besides that these are stolen coins

please let me know thanks


So, heres the thing with that...

How do you know it wasnt the lawyer moving the funds to be liquidated for the overall sum of monies collected?

If the law office took and moved the coins to poloniex they are not stolen, and are being sold for cash to pay off all the creditors.

Talk to silverman law office and see what they can tell you about those coins. I can say tho even if they recovered them, you will not get them back yourself. Too many people lost coins, and if they were recovered they would be sold and the money added to the general fund.

Didn't Silvers/Silverman publicly disclose which route the salvage coins were to/did take?

Yes they Did. They know Coinbase Laundered a lot of Verns (Our) Coins. They are going after Coinbase, Part II of the Lawsuits.

http://law.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/florida/flsdce/9:2016cv81992/497843/36/



Honestly, I don't think much is gonna come of it. Coinbase has become a big powerful player
in the crypto theater with a lot of crypto funds sloshing around and I'm sure they most likely have a top notch legal
team at the ready to defend and liigate this thing for many moons to come.
Then again its crypto and yeah, nothing surprises me anymore in this space.
(wonder if they pay the lawyers in bitcoin? )



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September 10, 2017, 06:21:50 PM
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can anyone give me some advice, BigVern/cryptsy said that the servers where " wiped" now i checked my wallet in the blockchain and found out my digibyte coins were transferred after the so called wipe, they were transferred a few times and are now located on the Poloniex servers

is there any change i can make a lawsuit against poloniex, demanding my coins back, i have evidence, besides that these are stolen coins

please let me know thanks


So, heres the thing with that...

How do you know it wasnt the lawyer moving the funds to be liquidated for the overall sum of monies collected?

If the law office took and moved the coins to poloniex they are not stolen, and are being sold for cash to pay off all the creditors.

Talk to silverman law office and see what they can tell you about those coins. I can say tho even if they recovered them, you will not get them back yourself. Too many people lost coins, and if they were recovered they would be sold and the money added to the general fund.

Didn't Silvers/Silverman publicly disclose which route the salvage coins were to/did take?

Yes they Did. They know Coinbase Laundered a lot of Verns (Our) Coins. They are going after Coinbase, Part II of the Lawsuits.

http://law.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/florida/flsdce/9:2016cv81992/497843/36/



Honestly, I don't think much is gonna come of it. Coinbase has become a big powerful player
in the crypto theater with a lot of crypto funds sloshing around and I'm sure they most likely have a top notch legal
team at the ready to defend and liigate this thing for many moons to come.
Then again its crypto and yeah, nothing surprises me anymore in this space.
(wonder if they pay the lawyers in bitcoin? )





I disagree. Coinbase is supposedly following fincen rules.
They obviously broke the rules so it becomes a matter of time to see what they settle for.
http://law.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/florida/flsdce/9:2016cv81992/497843/36/
The Judge already ditched Arbitration.

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September 12, 2017, 12:33:44 AM
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can anyone give me some advice, BigVern/cryptsy said that the servers where " wiped" now i checked my wallet in the blockchain and found out my digibyte coins were transferred after the so called wipe, they were transferred a few times and are now located on the Poloniex servers

is there any change i can make a lawsuit against poloniex, demanding my coins back, i have evidence, besides that these are stolen coins

please let me know thanks


So, heres the thing with that...

How do you know it wasnt the lawyer moving the funds to be liquidated for the overall sum of monies collected?

If the law office took and moved the coins to poloniex they are not stolen, and are being sold for cash to pay off all the creditors.

Talk to silverman law office and see what they can tell you about those coins. I can say tho even if they recovered them, you will not get them back yourself. Too many people lost coins, and if they were recovered they would be sold and the money added to the general fund.

Didn't Silvers/Silverman publicly disclose which route the salvage coins were to/did take?

Yes they Did. They know Coinbase Laundered a lot of Verns (Our) Coins. They are going after Coinbase, Part II of the Lawsuits.

http://law.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/florida/flsdce/9:2016cv81992/497843/36/



Honestly, I don't think much is gonna come of it. Coinbase has become a big powerful player
in the crypto theater with a lot of crypto funds sloshing around and I'm sure they most likely have a top notch legal
team at the ready to defend and liigate this thing for many moons to come.
Then again its crypto and yeah, nothing surprises me anymore in this space.
(wonder if they pay the lawyers in bitcoin? )





I disagree. Coinbase is supposedly following fincen rules.
They obviously broke the rules so it becomes a matter of time to see what they settle for.
http://law.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/florida/flsdce/9:2016cv81992/497843/36/
The Judge already ditched Arbitration.

OK, fair enough, however I'm actually not familiar with the actual evidence of Coinbase
"obviously breaking the rules". So serious question...
can you enlighten me?
 I'm quite curious to know how you think this is gonna play out as you seem to be knowledgeable
in the legal matters,links etc. Thanx.

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September 12, 2017, 01:33:44 AM
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can anyone give me some advice, BigVern/cryptsy said that the servers where " wiped" now i checked my wallet in the blockchain and found out my digibyte coins were transferred after the so called wipe, they were transferred a few times and are now located on the Poloniex servers

is there any change i can make a lawsuit against poloniex, demanding my coins back, i have evidence, besides that these are stolen coins

please let me know thanks


So, heres the thing with that...

How do you know it wasnt the lawyer moving the funds to be liquidated for the overall sum of monies collected?

If the law office took and moved the coins to poloniex they are not stolen, and are being sold for cash to pay off all the creditors.

Talk to silverman law office and see what they can tell you about those coins. I can say tho even if they recovered them, you will not get them back yourself. Too many people lost coins, and if they were recovered they would be sold and the money added to the general fund.

Didn't Silvers/Silverman publicly disclose which route the salvage coins were to/did take?

Yes they Did. They know Coinbase Laundered a lot of Verns (Our) Coins. They are going after Coinbase, Part II of the Lawsuits.

http://law.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/florida/flsdce/9:2016cv81992/497843/36/



Honestly, I don't think much is gonna come of it. Coinbase has become a big powerful player
in the crypto theater with a lot of crypto funds sloshing around and I'm sure they most likely have a top notch legal
team at the ready to defend and liigate this thing for many moons to come.
Then again its crypto and yeah, nothing surprises me anymore in this space.
(wonder if they pay the lawyers in bitcoin? )





I disagree. Coinbase is supposedly following fincen rules.
They obviously broke the rules so it becomes a matter of time to see what they settle for.
http://law.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/florida/flsdce/9:2016cv81992/497843/36/
The Judge already ditched Arbitration.

OK, fair enough, however I'm actually not familiar with the actual evidence of Coinbase
"obviously breaking the rules". So serious question...
can you enlighten me?
 I'm quite curious to know how you think this is gonna play out as you seem to be knowledgeable
in the legal matters,links etc. Thanx.


I'm pretty sure that the astute lawyers wouldn't have pursued the case if they felt that they didn't have a case.

Recall, Paul Vernon first used Coinbase to liquidate bitcoins for his million-dollar-plus loan supposedly prior to the hack, then preceded to liquidate millions of dollars worth of bitcoins to his personal and business bank accounts thereafter. Surely, Coinbase should've known that something was amiss, i.e. knowing that Cryptsy would in effect be bone dry, and that's not even them knowing about the hacked(?) coins leaving the platform.

Bottomline, Coinbase should've at least notified the authorities that mega millions was moved but didn't.

TBC, I've have no real issues with Coinbase, just relaying what I believe to be true till proven incorrect on my assessment.
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September 12, 2017, 04:04:47 AM
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can anyone give me some advice, BigVern/cryptsy said that the servers where " wiped" now i checked my wallet in the blockchain and found out my digibyte coins were transferred after the so called wipe, they were transferred a few times and are now located on the Poloniex servers

is there any change i can make a lawsuit against poloniex, demanding my coins back, i have evidence, besides that these are stolen coins

please let me know thanks


So, heres the thing with that...

How do you know it wasnt the lawyer moving the funds to be liquidated for the overall sum of monies collected?

If the law office took and moved the coins to poloniex they are not stolen, and are being sold for cash to pay off all the creditors.

Talk to silverman law office and see what they can tell you about those coins. I can say tho even if they recovered them, you will not get them back yourself. Too many people lost coins, and if they were recovered they would be sold and the money added to the general fund.

Didn't Silvers/Silverman publicly disclose which route the salvage coins were to/did take?

Yes they Did. They know Coinbase Laundered a lot of Verns (Our) Coins. They are going after Coinbase, Part II of the Lawsuits.

http://law.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/florida/flsdce/9:2016cv81992/497843/36/



Honestly, I don't think much is gonna come of it. Coinbase has become a big powerful player
in the crypto theater with a lot of crypto funds sloshing around and I'm sure they most likely have a top notch legal
team at the ready to defend and liigate this thing for many moons to come.
Then again its crypto and yeah, nothing surprises me anymore in this space.
(wonder if they pay the lawyers in bitcoin? )





I disagree. Coinbase is supposedly following fincen rules.
They obviously broke the rules so it becomes a matter of time to see what they settle for.
http://law.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/florida/flsdce/9:2016cv81992/497843/36/
The Judge already ditched Arbitration.

OK, fair enough, however I'm actually not familiar with the actual evidence of Coinbase
"obviously breaking the rules". So serious question...
can you enlighten me?
 I'm quite curious to know how you think this is gonna play out as you seem to be knowledgeable
in the legal matters,links etc. Thanx.


I'm pretty sure that the astute lawyers wouldn't have pursued the case if they felt that they didn't have a case.

Recall, Paul Vernon first used Coinbase to liquidate bitcoins for his million-dollar-plus loan supposedly prior to the hack, then preceded to liquidate millions of dollars worth of bitcoins to his personal and business bank accounts thereafter. Surely, Coinbase should've known that something was amiss, i.e. knowing that Cryptsy would in effect be bone dry, and that's not even them knowing about the hacked(?) coins leaving the platform.

Bottomline, Coinbase should've at least notified the authorities that mega millions was moved but didn't.

TBC, I've have no real issues with Coinbase, just relaying what I believe to be true till proven incorrect on my assessment.

Coinbase has always been good to me since beta Wink idk i still think the POM thread is key theory to where the keys disappeared!! lol

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September 12, 2017, 12:53:26 PM
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can anyone give me some advice, BigVern/cryptsy said that the servers where " wiped" now i checked my wallet in the blockchain and found out my digibyte coins were transferred after the so called wipe, they were transferred a few times and are now located on the Poloniex servers

is there any change i can make a lawsuit against poloniex, demanding my coins back, i have evidence, besides that these are stolen coins

please let me know thanks


So, heres the thing with that...

How do you know it wasnt the lawyer moving the funds to be liquidated for the overall sum of monies collected?

If the law office took and moved the coins to poloniex they are not stolen, and are being sold for cash to pay off all the creditors.

Talk to silverman law office and see what they can tell you about those coins. I can say tho even if they recovered them, you will not get them back yourself. Too many people lost coins, and if they were recovered they would be sold and the money added to the general fund.

Didn't Silvers/Silverman publicly disclose which route the salvage coins were to/did take?

Yes they Did. They know Coinbase Laundered a lot of Verns (Our) Coins. They are going after Coinbase, Part II of the Lawsuits.

http://law.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/florida/flsdce/9:2016cv81992/497843/36/



Honestly, I don't think much is gonna come of it. Coinbase has become a big powerful player
in the crypto theater with a lot of crypto funds sloshing around and I'm sure they most likely have a top notch legal
team at the ready to defend and liigate this thing for many moons to come.
Then again its crypto and yeah, nothing surprises me anymore in this space.
(wonder if they pay the lawyers in bitcoin? )





I disagree. Coinbase is supposedly following fincen rules.
They obviously broke the rules so it becomes a matter of time to see what they settle for.
http://law.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/florida/flsdce/9:2016cv81992/497843/36/
The Judge already ditched Arbitration.

OK, fair enough, however I'm actually not familiar with the actual evidence of Coinbase
"obviously breaking the rules". So serious question...
can you enlighten me?
 I'm quite curious to know how you think this is gonna play out as you seem to be knowledgeable
in the legal matters,links etc. Thanx.


I'm pretty sure that the astute lawyers wouldn't have pursued the case if they felt that they didn't have a case.

Recall, Paul Vernon first used Coinbase to liquidate bitcoins for his million-dollar-plus loan supposedly prior to the hack, then preceded to liquidate millions of dollars worth of bitcoins to his personal and business bank accounts thereafter. Surely, Coinbase should've known that something was amiss, i.e. knowing that Cryptsy would in effect be bone dry, and that's not even them knowing about the hacked(?) coins leaving the platform.

Bottomline, Coinbase should've at least notified the authorities that mega millions was moved but didn't.

TBC, I've have no real issues with Coinbase, just relaying what I believe to be true till proven incorrect on my assessment.


At the end of the day, the lawyers will do what lawyers do... go after more money. It costs very little at the end of the day to file paperwork to try to get more money out of another party. They can have an intern draw it up, file it and hope for the best. What is the lawyer out if it gets bounced? But the windfall of 30% or more of any award is well worth the output in this case.
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September 12, 2017, 04:51:01 PM
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can anyone give me some advice, BigVern/cryptsy said that the servers where " wiped" now i checked my wallet in the blockchain and found out my digibyte coins were transferred after the so called wipe, they were transferred a few times and are now located on the Poloniex servers

is there any change i can make a lawsuit against poloniex, demanding my coins back, i have evidence, besides that these are stolen coins

please let me know thanks


So, heres the thing with that...

How do you know it wasnt the lawyer moving the funds to be liquidated for the overall sum of monies collected?

If the law office took and moved the coins to poloniex they are not stolen, and are being sold for cash to pay off all the creditors.

Talk to silverman law office and see what they can tell you about those coins. I can say tho even if they recovered them, you will not get them back yourself. Too many people lost coins, and if they were recovered they would be sold and the money added to the general fund.

Didn't Silvers/Silverman publicly disclose which route the salvage coins were to/did take?

Yes they Did. They know Coinbase Laundered a lot of Verns (Our) Coins. They are going after Coinbase, Part II of the Lawsuits.

http://law.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/florida/flsdce/9:2016cv81992/497843/36/



Honestly, I don't think much is gonna come of it. Coinbase has become a big powerful player
in the crypto theater with a lot of crypto funds sloshing around and I'm sure they most likely have a top notch legal
team at the ready to defend and liigate this thing for many moons to come.
Then again its crypto and yeah, nothing surprises me anymore in this space.
(wonder if they pay the lawyers in bitcoin? )





I disagree. Coinbase is supposedly following fincen rules.
They obviously broke the rules so it becomes a matter of time to see what they settle for.
http://law.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/florida/flsdce/9:2016cv81992/497843/36/
The Judge already ditched Arbitration.

OK, fair enough, however I'm actually not familiar with the actual evidence of Coinbase
"obviously breaking the rules". So serious question...
can you enlighten me?
 I'm quite curious to know how you think this is gonna play out as you seem to be knowledgeable
in the legal matters,links etc. Thanx.


I'm pretty sure that the astute lawyers wouldn't have pursued the case if they felt that they didn't have a case.

Recall, Paul Vernon first used Coinbase to liquidate bitcoins for his million-dollar-plus loan supposedly prior to the hack, then preceded to liquidate millions of dollars worth of bitcoins to his personal and business bank accounts thereafter. Surely, Coinbase should've known that something was amiss, i.e. knowing that Cryptsy would in effect be bone dry, and that's not even them knowing about the hacked(?) coins leaving the platform.

Bottomline, Coinbase should've at least notified the authorities that mega millions was moved but didn't.

TBC, I've have no real issues with Coinbase, just relaying what I believe to be true till proven incorrect on my assessment.


At the end of the day, the lawyers will do what lawyers do... go after more money. It costs very little at the end of the day to file paperwork to try to get more money out of another party. They can have an intern draw it up, file it and hope for the best. What is the lawyer out if it gets bounced? But the windfall of 30% or more of any award is well worth the output in this case.


But if the suit gains traction and has hopes of winning, then the lawyers are fucked - they'll have to put in a couple hours a day of real work.


"I became a lawyer because I hate to work! WHAT THE FUCK DO YOU MEAN BY I NOW HAVE TO PUT IN A COUPLE HOURS A DAY ON THIS MEASLY CRYPTO CASE? All we have to do is get Coinbase on the stand and make them blurt out CUP MY BALLS! Or is that a different case?
I think I'm drunk."
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But if the suit gains traction and has hopes of winning, then the lawyers are fucked - they'll have to put in a couple hours a day of real work.


"I became a lawyer because I hate to work! WHAT THE FUCK DO YOU MEAN BY I NOW HAVE TO PUT IN A COUPLE HOURS A DAY ON THIS MEASLY CRYPTO CASE? All we have to do is get Coinbase on the stand and make them blurt out CUP MY BALLS! Or is that a different case?
I think I'm drunk."

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But if the suit gains traction and has hopes of winning, then the lawyers are fucked - they'll have to put in a couple hours a day of real work.


"I became a lawyer because I hate to work! WHAT THE FUCK DO YOU MEAN BY I NOW HAVE TO PUT IN A COUPLE HOURS A DAY ON THIS MEASLY CRYPTO CASE? All we have to do is get Coinbase on the stand and make them blurt out CUP MY BALLS! Or is that a different case?
I think I'm drunk."

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From the desk of A The UN-Presidential Seal of the United States::


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September 15, 2017, 04:39:52 PM
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I just received Cryptsy Settlement – Deficiency Notice.

I'm surprised as I submitted all available documentation.

Anyone with BTC claim been accepted?

What did you provide as documentation for your claim?

How did you document the BTC account balance?

All I had to work on was my "Confirm Your Withdrawal" emails from Cryptsy, which provide withdrawal amount and address. I assumed that with this mail containing the unique confirmation URI they would have proof of withdrawal attempt, that ultimately failed, as we all know.

My Cryptsy BTC account balance I have no idea how to document.
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Another slap-in-the-face from dealing with Cryptsy.

I see many more coming, down the road.

Watch the scammers get all the Coins.

Just watch.
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September 15, 2017, 04:51:25 PM
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I just received Cryptsy Settlement – Deficiency Notice.

I'm surprised as I submitted all available documentation.

Anyone with BTC claim been accepted?

What did you provide as documentation for your claim?

How did you document the BTC account balance?

All I had to work on was my "Confirm Your Withdrawal" emails from Cryptsy, which provide withdrawal amount and address. I assumed that with this mail containing the unique confirmation URI they would have proof of withdrawal attempt, that ultimately failed, as we all know.

My Cryptsy BTC account balance I have no idea how to document.

Does the Notice you received allow you to further substantiate your claim or was it an outright rejection?

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September 15, 2017, 04:57:25 PM
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UPDATE ON CRYPTSY CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT:

The deadline to make a claim in the Cryptsy Class Action Settlement has passed. The Court has given final approval to the settlement, including the notice and claims administration process. We are still in the process of reviewing the many claims made in the case. If you made a claim, you will receive a notice about the status of your claim. If you made the claim and did not receive the notice, please email info@cryptsysettlement.com.

If you missed the deadline to make a claim, we may still be able to help you. Wites & Kapetan and Silver Miller are pursuing a class action lawsuit against Coinbase to recover money for Cryptsy account holders. This lawsuit is pending in federal court in The United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida. In response to the lawsuit, Coinbase filed a motion to compel arbitration, which is designed to prevent Cryptsy account holders from suing Coinbase in court, and to prevent them from joining together in a class action. The federal court denied Coinbase’s motion to force the case to arbitration, and ruled that because Cryptsy account holders are not parties to any contract with Coinbase that they can pursue their claims in court.

You need not take any action at this time to be part of the Coinbase class action. If the Court certifies the case as a class action, Wites & Kapetan and Silver Miller will post information on the Internet and make other efforts – which are subject to court approval – to advise Cryptsy account holders about the case. You can email your information (including your name, email address, physical address and phone number) to info@wklawyers.com, and we will send you updates about the Coinbase case.

If you are a CRYPTSY account holder and are unable to access your CRYPTOCURRENCY, you could get money from two different class action settlements, and an ongoing class action lawsuit may affect your rights. PLEASE READ THE NOTICE CAREFULLY.

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September 15, 2017, 05:41:17 PM
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I just received Cryptsy Settlement – Deficiency Notice.

I'm surprised as I submitted all available documentation.

Anyone with BTC claim been accepted?

What did you provide as documentation for your claim?

How did you document the BTC account balance?

All I had to work on was my "Confirm Your Withdrawal" emails from Cryptsy, which provide withdrawal amount and address. I assumed that with this mail containing the unique confirmation URI they would have proof of withdrawal attempt, that ultimately failed, as we all know.

My Cryptsy BTC account balance I have no idea how to document.

Does the Notice you received allow you to further substantiate your claim or was it an outright rejection?

I'm allowed to contest the rejection, but what additional documentation can I provide? They have the BTC withdrawal amount and the receiving BTC address which they will see never received this amount. Thus I have lost that amount which I claim.
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