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January 23, 2016, 07:23:23 PM
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Hello,

i have founds on cryptsy and i want to prepare for the if they release them for withdraw (if not doesnt matter, i just want to be prepared IF).

So i thought i donwload the official IFC client, but i tried now for 4 fkin days to sync.
The Problem is i get to 70,%% then the dumb Client doesnt progress and if i restart the Programm it strarts fro m20% again!
Tried 3x times.

For me this whole Cryptocoin thing how it is now (increasing Blockchain) is not Mainstream compatible.
Think of a standart noob user who has very limited IT knowledge, "installing a Software for 108 Hours + fail at the end" wont
leave a positive impression. Since the majority of coins works like this, its just a fail.

So i cant secure the coins offline. Any ideas?
Is the only Soloution another Exchange, exposing myself again to be Goxed like on Cryptsy?

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January 23, 2016, 07:50:13 PM
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IFC trades on Poloniex. They're about as legit as they get when it comes to alt exchanges. When it comes to alts I usually never bother with clients as long as there's a half decent exchange available.

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January 23, 2016, 09:36:05 PM
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 Can you suggest another exchange as legit?
Poloinex is good but IFC vs. Monero is very low volume  and i cant judge if the price is good or not, i am more familiar with IFC vs LTC or BTC.

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January 23, 2016, 09:46:22 PM
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That's the only alt exchange I've used that hasn't died or screwed its customers. There are a few other IFC exchanges but I couldn't imagine anywhere else would have more volume.

Bter for example has an ltc/ifc market. Apart from the fact Bter owes thousands of coins to customers, its trades over a 48 hour period only amount to less than 2 btc.

I've not heard of the majority of exchanges on here http://www.infinitecoin.com/ifc-exchanges.html and a few seem dead anyway. With Poloniex you know they're going to maintain their markets and wallets.

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January 24, 2016, 06:05:49 AM
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The truth is bitter, cryptsy is not coming back again because they have a lot of things to contend with and as we heard that big venn is in china though i am not too sure of that.

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