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October 23, 2015, 05:25:52 PM
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What other altcoin exchanges do you guys recommend?




bittrex.com
c-cex.com
yobit.net
poloniex.com
bter.com
cryptopia.co.nz

In no particular order although bittrex actually does belong at the top of that list.

It's a shame Bittrex doesn't accept gambling related coins. I contacted yobit to get CSC listed there. This platform seems interesting.
I haven't talked to Richie in a month or two, so I don't know if your claim is true, BUT if it is, then you should remove Bittrex from your list. The crypto community doesn't want or need people randomly censoring coins.
Pulling the censorship hammer is a bit too much for this, don't you think?
Regarding this list, I'd better complain about bter being in it, as this is the most shady, untrustworthy exchange on earth. They pull one scam after another, tell users they got hacked to run off with their BTC, come back two weeks later (funny enough everybody seems to forget about being ripped off by them until then) and start over.

Bter is one giant craphole.

yea fuck bter

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October 23, 2015, 05:29:16 PM
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Not many alts are worth listing so it makes sense. I think they should add a few more, but last time they did it got removed fast.

these are the same folks that list novacoin because they were bribed by the huge premine.

same folks who listed feathercoin and terra coin and ppc because they again got paid off in huge sums.

Same folks who said "we are delisting ftc" only to cause panic, then when it dumped "jk guys mother russia dump you"

BTC-e is and will always be one of the shadiest exchanges on the planet.

I say this and still trade there because of ltc liquidity.

                                                                               
                
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October 23, 2015, 05:32:16 PM
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bittrex.com
c-cex.com
yobit.net
poloniex.com
bter.com

What do all of these exchanges have in common that cryptsy doesnt have in common?

They have all been hacked at least once. GG gentlemen. Carry on.

                                                                               
                
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October 23, 2015, 05:44:19 PM
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cant think of an exchange that trades alts that doesn't accept payment in return for listing. and as previous poster pointed out...despite all the supposed code shortcomings of cryptsy, they have never been hacked...at least publically. a lot of exchanges have come and gone and they still are operating.
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October 23, 2015, 10:21:35 PM
 #325

bittrex.com
c-cex.com
yobit.net
poloniex.com
bter.com

What do all of these exchanges have in common that cryptsy doesnt have in common?

They have all been hacked at least once. GG gentlemen. Carry on.

Well if your arguing in favor of cryptsy you're in the wrong thread but can you cite evidence for your claim that all of those exchanges have been hacked at least once?

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October 23, 2015, 11:39:29 PM
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bittrex.com
c-cex.com
yobit.net
poloniex.com
bter.com

What do all of these exchanges have in common that cryptsy doesnt have in common?

They have all been hacked at least once. GG gentlemen. Carry on.

Well if your arguing in favor of cryptsy you're in the wrong thread but can you cite evidence for your claim that all of those exchanges have been hacked at least once?

It's common-knowledge: all of those exchanges have been hacked at least once.

I dont know about the others, but I know bittrex.com has never been hacked.  If you have info to the contrary, i'd love to see it.

thanks,
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October 23, 2015, 11:48:06 PM
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bittrex.com
c-cex.com
yobit.net
poloniex.com
bter.com

What do all of these exchanges have in common that cryptsy doesnt have in common?

They have all been hacked at least once. GG gentlemen. Carry on.

Well if your arguing in favor of cryptsy you're in the wrong thread but can you cite evidence for your claim that all of those exchanges have been hacked at least once?

It's common-knowledge: all of those exchanges have been hacked at least once.

I dont know about the others, but I know bittrex.com has never been hacked.  If you have info to the contrary, i'd love to see it.

thanks,
richie@bittrex

Richie, Why no gambling related coins at Bittrex? What's the reason for that policy?

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October 24, 2015, 12:32:23 AM
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bittrex.com
c-cex.com
yobit.net
poloniex.com
bter.com

What do all of these exchanges have in common that cryptsy doesnt have in common?

They have all been hacked at least once. GG gentlemen. Carry on.

Well if your arguing in favor of cryptsy you're in the wrong thread but can you cite evidence for your claim that all of those exchanges have been hacked at least once?

It's common-knowledge: all of those exchanges have been hacked at least once.

I dont know about the others, but I know bittrex.com has never been hacked.  If you have info to the contrary, i'd love to see it.

thanks,
richie@bittrex

bittrex is the best alt exchange imho
wipes the floor with cryptsy
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October 24, 2015, 12:52:07 AM
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I suspect some people posting in this thread are less interested in Cryptsy's possible malfeasance than they are in shilling for another altexchange. For shame!

Forgive my petulance and oft-times, I fear, ill-founded criticisms, and forgive me that I have, by this time, made your eyes and head ache with my long letter. But I cannot forgo hastily the pleasure and pride of thus conversing with you.
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October 24, 2015, 01:01:15 AM
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bittrex.com
c-cex.com
yobit.net
poloniex.com
bter.com

What do all of these exchanges have in common that cryptsy doesnt have in common?

They have all been hacked at least once. GG gentlemen. Carry on.
Poloniex paid back his users all hacked btc,Polo is ok


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October 24, 2015, 03:23:54 AM
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I suspect some people posting in this thread are less interested in Cryptsy's possible malfeasance than they are in shilling for another altexchange. For shame!

Actually, many people ARE having real withdrawal problems at Cryptsy. It's time for Cryptsy to start taking care of their customers or this bank run they are experiencing might mark their demise.


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October 24, 2015, 03:33:48 AM
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bittrex.com
c-cex.com
yobit.net
poloniex.com
bter.com

What do all of these exchanges have in common that cryptsy doesnt have in common?

They have all been hacked at least once. GG gentlemen. Carry on.

Well if your arguing in favor of cryptsy you're in the wrong thread but can you cite evidence for your claim that all of those exchanges have been hacked at least once?

It's common-knowledge: all of those exchanges have been hacked at least once.

I dont know about the others, but I know bittrex.com has never been hacked.  If you have info to the contrary, i'd love to see it.

thanks,
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That may be true but.. I /we/ your never to be seen again customers, have been RAT'd/hacked by many of those scams you are hell bent on listing.

6 months ago, someone hacked my pc with one of your RAT (remote admin tool) listings and stole 80% of what little crypto I had left. The stolen CANN, XAI and DGB were all sent to your exchange and you refused to freeze that maggot's account.

Tyvm for the way you've helped to fuck the crypto movement with your mountain of third party interventionist ponzi shitcoins.

craptsy.. polo.. btce.. ect..  FUCK YAS ALL !

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October 24, 2015, 03:38:13 AM
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BTC-e is and will always be one of the shadiest exchanges on the planet.

The exchanges sucking up to the Babylonian Bankers are the shadiest on the planet.  *Cough* Circle.  *Cough* Coinbase.

BTC-e reimbursed me when they sort-of got hacked.  I've never had a single other problem there, besides the absence of XMR.

Be sure to thank the Dash cultists for defending Cryptsy to the hilt...just because most of their scamcoin volume is was there.




"There is also the distinct possibility that Cryptsy has done absolutely nothing wrong at all and these are all completely false allegations."


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October 24, 2015, 05:06:41 AM
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Here comes the weekend and nothing has been done to to process my withdrawals.

FUCK CRYPTSY, FUCK THESE THIEVES!


     
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October 24, 2015, 06:34:15 AM
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Here comes the weekend and nothing has been done to to process my withdrawals.

FUCK CRYPTSY, FUCK THESE THIEVES!

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October 24, 2015, 10:27:47 AM
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I think this thread is bs....I am verified and I have had no problems withdrawing....you think if someone really had problems they would pm me for help
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October 24, 2015, 12:04:44 PM
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I think this thread is bs....I am verified and I have had no problems withdrawing....you think if someone really had problems they would pm me for help
Why would anyone pm you if he had withdrawing problems with cryptsy?

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October 24, 2015, 12:05:44 PM
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I think this thread is bs....I am verified and I have had no problems withdrawing....you think if someone really had problems they would pm me for help

WTF ! How did we forget about our cryptoSOCKPUPPEThero cohnhead ?! Huh ONLY YOU CAN SAVE US ! Roll Eyes

@all

PM this craptsy shill/sock NOW !

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October 24, 2015, 01:27:13 PM
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I think this thread is bs....I am verified and I have had no problems withdrawing....you think if someone really had problems they would pm me for help

WTF ! How did we forget about our cryptoSOCKPUPPEThero cohnhead ?! Huh ONLY YOU CAN SAVE US ! Roll Eyes

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PM this craptsy shill/sock NOW !

your seem like angry man....sorry....I like new moniker "cryptosockpuppethero" thank you. but why do i sense animosity. I was able to withdraw over my limit...it may be a fluke maybe not....so what wrong with offering possible solution, if true that so many customers have funds stuck.
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October 24, 2015, 06:27:53 PM
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If you have more than 0.1BTC in cryptsy - do not try to withdrawal.

PM me and i will tell you how to get money out of there without big looses.


https://twitter.com/MrPump1337/status/657004295137697792

"Do not try to withdrawal?"

"No big looses?"

Who is this?

Garza?

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