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April 01, 2016, 06:39:38 PM
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I am using only yobit and no problems.
I am using Cryptsy and MtGox, they working perfect
you should deposit your bitcoins with them Wink


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April 01, 2016, 06:51:01 PM
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I am using only yobit and no problems.
I am using Cryptsy and MtGox, they working perfect
you should deposit your bitcoins with them Wink


read the whole topic again, so you know whats the matter

It doesn't looks like he followed the topic.

Anyway, Cryptsy is down and what about the other website? How are they related to current topic? Are they exchangers too like yobit?
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April 01, 2016, 07:08:33 PM
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I am using only yobit and no problems.
I am using Cryptsy and MtGox, they working perfect
you should deposit your bitcoins with them Wink


read the whole topic again, so you know whats the matter

It doesn't looks like he followed the topic.

Anyway, Cryptsy is down and what about the other website? How are they related to current topic? Are they exchangers too like yobit?
yes thats what I am trying to say him, read the topic before replying
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April 01, 2016, 07:11:16 PM
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You may have exposed a big one here.
Only time will tell if this is the truth.
I Will be keeping my eye on it.
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April 01, 2016, 07:13:30 PM
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You may have exposed a big one here.
Only time will tell if this is the truth.
I Will be keeping my eye on it.
I wish yobit will prove me wrong and make yovi investors happy
I just want to see innocent peoples safe no matter if they call me spammer or troller or whatever
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April 01, 2016, 07:16:21 PM
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I am using only yobit and no problems.
I am using Cryptsy and MtGox, they working perfect
you should deposit your bitcoins with them Wink


read the whole topic again, so you know whats the matter

It doesn't looks like he followed the topic.

Anyway, Cryptsy is down and what about the other website? How are they related to current topic? Are they exchangers too like yobit?

Come on!  Really?  Mt. Gox?  Never played "Magic the Gathering?"  Yobit doesn't come anything near the volume Gox or Cryptsy had so the comparison is hyperbole.  Yobit isn't for the serious investor but more like a place to play and learn about altcoin trading before entering the real markets....Before anybody invests into a coin, they need to research what there investing into first.  Yobit is place to learn these lessons....I learned a lot from the yovicoin experiment, but I do feel sorry for those who invested into it late who didn't realize what they were getting into until the market stalled again....rise only will stall everytime!  If the limits were removed....it would totally stall--because the sell walls would become so enormous and the prices so high that it would cease to make sense to invest at all.  At least it's still moving for the time being....it's just moving very slowly!
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April 02, 2016, 03:50:08 AM
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I am using only yobit and no problems.
I am using Cryptsy and MtGox, they working perfect
you should deposit your bitcoins with them Wink


read the whole topic again, so you know whats the matter

It doesn't looks like he followed the topic.

Anyway, Cryptsy is down and what about the other website? How are they related to current topic? Are they exchangers too like yobit?

Come on!  Really?  Mt. Gox?  Never played "Magic the Gathering?"  Yobit doesn't come anything near the volume Gox or Cryptsy had so the comparison is hyperbole.  Yobit isn't for the serious investor but more like a place to play and learn about altcoin trading before entering the real markets....Before anybody invests into a coin, they need to research what there investing into first.  Yobit is place to learn these lessons....I learned a lot from the yovicoin experiment, but I do feel sorry for those who invested into it late who didn't realize what they were getting into until the market stalled again....rise only will stall everytime!  If the limits were removed....it would totally stall--because the sell walls would become so enormous and the prices so high that it would cease to make sense to invest at all.  At least it's still moving for the time being....it's just moving very slowly!

Was this reply for me? Tongue

If that's for me, I really never played "Magic the Gathering" Cheesy
If yobit is for newbies to play and learn, then it must be a perfect place for me, except getting stuck with the 12K YOVI.
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April 02, 2016, 11:00:41 PM
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I am using only yobit and no problems.
I am using Cryptsy and MtGox, they working perfect
you should deposit your bitcoins with them Wink


read the whole topic again, so you know whats the matter

It doesn't looks like he followed the topic.

Anyway, Cryptsy is down and what about the other website? How are they related to current topic? Are they exchangers too like yobit?

Come on!  Really?  Mt. Gox?  Never played "Magic the Gathering?"  Yobit doesn't come anything near the volume Gox or Cryptsy had so the comparison is hyperbole.  Yobit isn't for the serious investor but more like a place to play and learn about altcoin trading before entering the real markets....Before anybody invests into a coin, they need to research what there investing into first.  Yobit is place to learn these lessons....I learned a lot from the yovicoin experiment, but I do feel sorry for those who invested into it late who didn't realize what they were getting into until the market stalled again....rise only will stall everytime!  If the limits were removed....it would totally stall--because the sell walls would become so enormous and the prices so high that it would cease to make sense to invest at all.  At least it's still moving for the time being....it's just moving very slowly!

Was this reply for me? Tongue

If that's for me, I really never played "Magic the Gathering" Cheesy
If yobit is for newbies to play and learn, then it must be a perfect place for me, except getting stuck with the 12K YOVI.

Holy shit, please tell me you are kidding about Magic the gathering , and that everyone understands the guy talking about cryptsy and mt. gox is being sarcastic, as both are currently dead as shit? Tongue
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April 03, 2016, 05:39:17 AM
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I am using only yobit and no problems.
I am using Cryptsy and MtGox, they working perfect
you should deposit your bitcoins with them Wink


read the whole topic again, so you know whats the matter

It doesn't looks like he followed the topic.

Anyway, Cryptsy is down and what about the other website? How are they related to current topic? Are they exchangers too like yobit?

Come on!  Really?  Mt. Gox?  Never played "Magic the Gathering?"  Yobit doesn't come anything near the volume Gox or Cryptsy had so the comparison is hyperbole.  Yobit isn't for the serious investor but more like a place to play and learn about altcoin trading before entering the real markets....Before anybody invests into a coin, they need to research what there investing into first.  Yobit is place to learn these lessons....I learned a lot from the yovicoin experiment, but I do feel sorry for those who invested into it late who didn't realize what they were getting into until the market stalled again....rise only will stall everytime!  If the limits were removed....it would totally stall--because the sell walls would become so enormous and the prices so high that it would cease to make sense to invest at all.  At least it's still moving for the time being....it's just moving very slowly!

Was this reply for me? Tongue

If that's for me, I really never played "Magic the Gathering" Cheesy
If yobit is for newbies to play and learn, then it must be a perfect place for me, except getting stuck with the 12K YOVI.

Holy shit, please tell me you are kidding about Magic the gathering , and that everyone understands the guy talking about cryptsy and mt. gox is being sarcastic, as both are currently dead as shit? Tongue

No, I'm serious, I didn't really know what Magic the gathering was until I google after the other dude posted about it  Grin

Oh, I didn't knew about those sites, so I couldn't realize if he's serious or just being sarcastic Tongue
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May 06, 2016, 12:07:52 AM
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July 25, 2016, 01:22:28 AM
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Bump
keep this scam thread going, they need to support their coin or be closed down.
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July 25, 2016, 01:35:08 AM
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keep this scam thread going, they need to support their coin or be closed down.
Well who exactly is going to close them down?  I recently got out of their sig campaign, but they never seemed to be scamming.  I do see how the yovi coin is a ponzi, but what do you expect?   There are tons of fucking morons in the crypto space who love ponzis as a means of gambling.  They're meeting the demand for that shit.

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July 25, 2016, 02:51:20 AM
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keep this scam thread going, they need to support their coin or be closed down.
Well who exactly is going to close them down?  I recently got out of their sig campaign, but they never seemed to be scamming.  I do see how the yovi coin is a ponzi, but what do you expect?   There are tons of fucking morons in the crypto space who love ponzis as a means of gambling.  They're meeting the demand for that shit.
Yobit has always resolved most of the issues their customers have had but recently they are taking much longer to resolve issues than before.
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Last edit: August 21, 2016, 08:40:17 PM by nomadsena
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dose anyone here an ex-yobit user. need your account this is regarding yovi. send me a PM if anyone is
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August 22, 2016, 06:34:46 AM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1585937.0

There is another thread to accuse yobit is a scam, enjoy it. And I never trade there.
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October 19, 2016, 04:52:31 PM
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Yobit are well known for listing scam coins, STAY AWAY!!! i think they list a coin a day there lol

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October 20, 2016, 03:55:32 AM
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Actually im kinda doubt about Yobit sometimes I withdraw altcoin there i gor stuck my withdraw they are so a long time response ticket..but i recieved my coin about 1 week+ and also sometimes Witdraw if fine.. I think yobit should improve service for customer
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October 20, 2016, 10:12:46 PM
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Services for Yovi are still in developing.

Our devs team is overloaded, every day something is improved or optimized on Yobit + we do integration for non standart coins (like Destiny,  the first Expanse Asset).

More Yovi-updates & services will be when our volume exchange will be higher, it will allow the Yovi price to rise more actively.

p.s. Too many accusations this month, seems like our competitors are beginning to get nervous.

Nervous you are making them look bad ?  Cheesy

You are caught fucking up.. excuses or not.

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WHY should there be so many issues in the first place ?
Coin transfer delays are serious fishy shit with exchanges.

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