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March 07, 2016, 06:17:08 AM
Last edit: March 08, 2016, 08:12:07 AM by regexlove
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Some exchanges who constantly stopped to withdraw specific crypto-currencies and wont even do manual withdrawals.
- keep trading of the affected currencies open with no warning alerts whatsoever!
 (nether do they do any arbitrage with other markets to allow to quit at fair prices instead of withdrawing)

I think every    "Best practices for Exchanges"-guide   would suggest to avoid such

Victims should unite to push change.
 
  • Bter                      denies to withdraw XCP counterparty since X Month
  • ANXpro / Justcoin    denies to withdraw Stellar since Y Month  
  • ..more... ......         denies to withdraw .......
             
Since i cant find a sub-forum about exchanges, this category seems to fit best Of course this is sometimes only effecting minorities of traders - Yet neglect and fraud aren't always far from each other or easy to differentiate

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March 08, 2016, 08:04:43 AM
Last edit: March 29, 2016, 03:01:38 PM by regexlove
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List of temporary incidences:

  • SySCoin reached an all time high on Poloniex Feburary 21 when an announcement was awaited.
    But the same night BTC38 canceled withdrawals after requesting them or giving alerts "system busy"
    leaving customers who traded SYS on a dead end - Yet they fixed it when their service hours started.
  • In the last few days Factom FCT faced very high volume for no apparent reason (50% of market capitalization per day)
    and all time highs.   http://archive.is/Pezyq (archived a bit too late)
    - Just before this Yuanboahui temporarily disabled withdrawals due to having to sync their Factom wallet.
    (source: https://www.yuanbaohui.com/news/detail/?id=834   [ 公证币 = notary credits = Factom ])
    They gave no update yet despite Factom being one of their biggest markets!  
    EDIT: Opening withdrawals was announced some hours in advance. (https://www.yuanbaohui.com/news/detail/?id=835 )


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March 10, 2016, 08:58:33 PM
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I think it is an admirable thing you're trying to achieve but unless it get's stickied (extremely rare) it'll get lost and disorganized. You should create a blog or rating website - that way you can earn from your work and build a greater awareness.

CryptoItems.com - Your source for detailed information, specifications and photos on lots of crypto-collectibles.
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March 10, 2016, 11:29:44 PM
Last edit: March 29, 2016, 02:59:51 PM by regexlove
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Thank you:)   Agreed, for the time being tho i will keep organizing all in the first two posts above - and wouldn't mind it to be sticky later in fact.
I'm curious if there were any such issues with the exchange in your signature since it is willing to add so many/unpopular coins easily - or how they avoided it.

I guess we should also notice which exchanges already did service in manual withdrawals after delisting VS. those who have a short delisting grace period and kept significant funds from delisted coins.       Guys, consider answering  if you were affected by the above  or remember anything similar, or simply want to vote/bump the topic


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