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June 05, 2016, 01:53:17 PM
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I've 3 tx on withdraw, about 150 DCR from more than 48h in pending status.

IMHO DCR isn't a shitcoin like many other listed there, and since the wallet status is online and the withdraw isn't processed, seems there's a lack o liquidity.

I would like to think that yobit isn't a SCAM exchange till they scam everyone, but in this case they scammed me and all who want to withdraw DCR (and/or other cryptos)

I've also a list of other 5 users that report withdraw issues with DCR wallet.


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DON'T TRADE ON YOBIT


I hope this is the last time that all you will stop to use yobit aka yoscam, that's not even a professional exchange....


However all users that are wearing a yobit signature ad. and are posting here ... make me really laugh OMG, you have yobit in your signature place and you come here and reply?


Really ?




You're seriously childish. People can be part of the Yobit signature campaign and still criticize them. They are well known for slow support responses which needs to be improved. Frankly they should stop allowing most of these unpopular and worthless altcoins because it only generates complaints from pointless arbitrage traders like this.

The real scam here are altcoins that offer no real value but are pumped up penny stocks.

I don't see anyone directing people to a different exchange, so how would you trade them elsewhere anyway?


Who do you think is pumping them if not yobit itself ?


You are basically advertising/promoting yobit with your signature ad. or am I wrong ? Last thing, I was talking in general not directly to you.
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June 05, 2016, 02:04:46 PM
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I hope this is the last time that all you will stop to use yobit aka yoscam, that's not even a professional exchange....


However all users that are wearing a yobit signature ad. and are posting here ... make me really laugh OMG, you have yobit in your signature place and you come here and reply?


Really ?




You're seriously childish. People can be part of the Yobit signature campaign and still criticize them. They are well known for slow support responses which needs to be improved. Frankly they should stop allowing most of these unpopular and worthless altcoins because it only generates complaints from pointless arbitrage traders like this.

The real scam here are altcoins that offer no real value but are pumped up penny stocks.

I don't see anyone directing people to a different exchange, so how would you trade them elsewhere anyway?


Who do you think is pumping them if not yobit itself ?


You are basically advertising/promoting yobit with your signature ad. or am I wrong ? Last thing, I was talking in general not directly to you.

Yes, we are just like when MSNBC airs an obvious Republican superpac ad. Although MSNBC makes some weak efforts to be neutral, everyone knows they are strongly biased to the left.  Wink
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June 05, 2016, 04:44:48 PM
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CBX (Crypto Bullion) has had the wallet frozen with withdraws delayed for over a month now I believe. I have never used YoBit because their a shitty exchange but a bunch of people have lost coins because of it. You can find more complaints in the CBX altcoin announcement thread.

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June 05, 2016, 06:23:51 PM
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Who do you think is pumping them if not yobit itself ?

+1 Yobit is known to manipulate coins. They even make sudden pumps of dead coins with broken blockchain. I've seen that happening before.


just because someone has a Yobit signature doesn't mean they signed some loyalty pledge with them.


Of course. But people saying "it's not Yobit's fault but the altcoin's fault" are just plain dishonest.
Best part was "these coins weren't made to be withdrawed"... I mean seriously Huh

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June 05, 2016, 11:54:30 PM
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Several CBX folk have recently lost coin at Yobit. I personally have a Support Ticket unanswered for over three weeks. No mod in troll box. Homophobic bans in troll box. Aggressive users in troll box. Many wallets down.

@ LawBC: yes, I have experienced this sort of aggressive illogic in the troll box.

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June 06, 2016, 02:50:19 AM
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Would anyone actually withdraw any of those coins?  I mean that sincerely.   Those are pretty shit coins and they're mostly just traded on the exchange and the bitcoin is what's withdrawn.  

Good morning, The Pharmacist. Would you care to publicly state here for the record that CBX is a 'pretty shit coin'?

And I note an obvious flaw in your logic: if CBX and Francs are just traded on Yobit, and the Bitcoin withdrawn . . . then how come the concern we're expressing here is that we can't withdraw our CBX and Francs?

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June 06, 2016, 06:04:34 AM
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Would anyone actually withdraw any of those coins?  I mean that sincerely.   Those are pretty shit coins and they're mostly just traded on the exchange and the bitcoin is what's withdrawn.  

Good morning, The Pharmacist. Would you care to publicly state here for the record that CBX is a 'pretty shit coin'?

And I note an obvious flaw in your logic: if CBX and Francs are just traded on Yobit, and the Bitcoin withdrawn . . . then how come the concern we're expressing here is that we can't withdraw our CBX and Francs?

Mark

what amazes me about the number of shit coins is that one of our coins we had the most hope for could not get listed on yobit.  it was a charity for a good cause and no go, but coins about absolute total nothing or some trending event gets right on there, sorry, i represent them in my signature and love the site, but sometimes i wonder about the coin choices

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June 06, 2016, 10:58:55 AM
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I've 3 tx on withdraw, about 150 DCR from more than 48h in pending status.

IMHO DCR isn't a shitcoin like many other listed there, and since the wallet status is online and the withdraw isn't processed, seems there's a lack o liquidity.

I would like to think that yobit isn't a SCAM exchange till they scam everyone, but in this case they scammed me and all who want to withdraw DCR (and/or other cryptos)

I've also a list of other 5 users that report withdraw issues with DCR wallet.


I warn you all


DON'T TRADE ON YOBIT


I hope this is the last time that all you will stop to use yobit aka yoscam, that's not even a professional exchange....


However all users that are wearing a yobit signature ad. and are posting here ... make me really laugh OMG, you have yobit in your signature place and you come here and reply?


Really ?





Fore sure, no more trade @ Yobit for me.

It makes also me really laugh that someone in this thread complains about yobit but at the same time they have their signature, total incoherence.

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June 06, 2016, 05:52:13 PM
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You do realise about half off your list is simply dead? Meaning the blockchains itself.... An exchange is never responsible to keep a blockchain healthy... If it dies.. it dies.. simple as that... You can blame the developer and "community" for leaving / not staking/mining

The other half however, needs more attention for fixing, I agree on that  Wink

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June 06, 2016, 06:14:52 PM
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ok, first just because i have a signature does not mean that i am their spokesperson

take frn as your example, there is no value to it, how can it be exchanged properly...things and commodities are only worth what the market will pay and while there is a small lingering value to BTC on that exchange, it is just what the exchange last saw as a value

another site shows that there are 8 active nodes, but the chain is sticking and that is because those "active nodes" are just that, nodes, that does mean there is a daemon or wallet there and running, but does not mean that same server is mining or generating

we had an old coin that could not break a block because of the lack of miners

Yobit is a business, whether people agree with their policies or not, as a business it would be stupid to follow every garbage coin into the grave, you are lucky that they keep them in the exchange.   

If you want to unstick that coin and others, then create value in it, create attention for it and get some value back into the chain

you are like the guy in the parking lot of an old dying store that is yelling at other people for not joining you and trying to save the dead business.  better exchange techniques, better quality and a coin will never get stuck.  if you love these coins so much, then buy them up at more than the market value and show you love them

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June 06, 2016, 07:29:08 PM
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As long as a coin isn't dead people should be able to withdraw their money. Period.

Not to mention Yobit support is virtually equal to Zero. If you ignore this I invite you to check the Yobit thread. You'll find dozens of pages of rants.
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June 06, 2016, 08:28:36 PM
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As long as a coin isn't dead people should be able to withdraw their money. Period.

Not to mention Yobit support is virtually equal to Zero. If you ignore this I invite you to check the Yobit thread. You'll find dozens of pages of rants.


just because there are people yelling and ranting about something does not support the issue.  wrong people can be individuals or groups.  if anyone has an issue with a site that has nothing to do with broken laws or really outrageous moral offenses, then they should open their own site just like it and run it the way they want.

again, i do not even know the admins for the site, and i am not "on their side" to any further extent than the fact that THEY own the site and it is theirs to run as they see fit.  i have run plenty of different services and web based designs, there are many things to take into account and many things that can make or break the site. 

running fifty or more daemons on an exchange is a power drain and i would imagine the largest expense or cause of an expense(through needed server speed).    the daemons increase the server cost before the launch because many dedicated and VPS servers will shut an account down that shows any signs of "mining" or continuous burst scripts and apps. 

the only way a site can provide free or low cost services is to increase revenue and lower costs.  yobit gives every coin a chance and the important thing to do during that chance is to get users that will run the wallets and mine the coins.  after a period of time an exchange/pool/service structure should stop running the generate function on each and every new coin letting the coin die or fly

i am going to long into this....this is the point!

either let the admins and owners run their property however they choose, leave their site and use others or leave and start your own.

grab a couple new altcoin daemons and wallets, rent a VPS to start making sure that their terms don't prohibit what you are doing and that the hard drive is big enough to store the blockchains, running bitcoin would require more than 50 GB for the chain itself.......run and compile the coins one at a time until you have a small cache....install the pre-made scripts for block exploring and interfacing and then launch......

issues will start from minute one, but you learn as you earn....servers crashing for no reason and needing a restart while you were sleeping, restarts and boots not starting any of your coins without manually doing it....since the scripts you are using are off the internet you could likely get hacked because people have had months to tear those scripts apart.....


then, a year later, your first quiet day, no issues, the server and coin daemons up and running, traffic moderate and with good lengths of visits, a trickle of money hitting your wallets that you can watch, and then someone starts tearing you apart on the forums for a choice you made that saved the site $20 a month, it will happen, give it a try yourself

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June 06, 2016, 08:48:32 PM
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Would anyone actually withdraw any of those coins?  I mean that sincerely.   Those are pretty shit coins and they're mostly just traded on the exchange and the bitcoin is what's withdrawn.  

Good morning, The Pharmacist. Would you care to publicly state here for the record that CBX is a 'pretty shit coin'?

And I note an obvious flaw in your logic: if CBX and Francs are just traded on Yobit, and the Bitcoin withdrawn . . . then how come the concern we're expressing here is that we can't withdraw our CBX and Francs?

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Bro, I don't know anything about CBX.  Would it make a difference if I called that particular coin a shitcoin?  It's no skin off my teeth.  Ok then , it's a stinky, impacted, anal shitstain of a shitcoin.  You have me on record. 

I don't see the flaw in my logic.  Your pet shitcoin should be withdraw-able, yes.  If it isn't,  that is most certainly a problem with the exchange.   I am just wondering out loud why you would want to do anything with these coins other than exchange them for bitcoin.

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June 06, 2016, 08:51:31 PM
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yobit best site. I use no problem. why problem for you all because you stupid. make ticket problem solved
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June 06, 2016, 09:03:44 PM
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All I see is someone writing ridiculously long message to pointlessly defend Yobit, while there is an increasing number of people who feel either robbed or disrespected by Yobit policies.

Yobit support is catastrophic and there is a shit load of people having legitimate complaints.

End of the discussion.


i will only put this out there one more time and i refer to any and every website that is not stealing, pushing kid porn or advocating blowing shit up with people in it.

if you choose to do business with any given website, then you are accepting their policies and their service structure.....if you do not own the site or any part of it and have not invested in the structure of the site through direct buying of stock, then, whether they are right or wrong, you have no right to direct how they run the site, service the clients or anything.  they put the time and money into the site, they own it and they run it. 

the only way to have every little nuance of a site or service the way that you think it should be is to own it or own one just like it. 

I don't know how old you guys are, i am 45 and i learned not too far back that bitching and complaining is a useless act.  trust me, if i thought that complaining about something would change it, i would be all over that.  it just doesn't work.  you get more angry and more frustrated by trying to change the unchangeable, but whatever floats your boat and makes you happy, and i mean that in a completely non-sarcastic way.

i just wanted people to know that i am not in support directly of yobit, i am in support of any and every owner of a business or website to make their own choices on how that business is run.  if they screw up and run too many people off, then the business will either change or fail, but they have the right to run it how they want, that is my last statement on this, lol, probably

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June 06, 2016, 09:15:10 PM
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I strenuously disagree with morantis above, with all due respect.   If a business is providing shitty service,  then you should 1) complain loudly, or 2) don't give them your business.   I happen to like Yobit and I'm not trying to stifle any complaints here.  I don't know what is going on with them right now but I do hope they get themselves back to normal.   A little communication wouldn't hurt either.

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I strenuously disagree with morantis above, with all due respect.   If a business is providing shitty service,  then you should 1) complain loudly, or 2) don't give them your business.   I happen to like Yobit and I'm not trying to stifle any complaints here.  I don't know what is going on with them right now but I do hope they get themselves back to normal.   A little communication wouldn't hurt either.

ok, last last last statement, lol, i just want to say that each and every person will chose the actions that work for them.  i simply wanted people to know that what i say is my opinion and if they agree, great, if not, that is pretty ok too.  i just encourage people to realize that a website exchange or any other service that followed every desire of every client would die quickly, that is all, i am sure they have reasons for what they choose to do

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I strenuously disagree with morantis above, with all due respect.   If a business is providing shitty service,  then you should 1) complain loudly, or 2) don't give them your business.   I happen to like Yobit and I'm not trying to stifle any complaints here.  I don't know what is going on with them right now but I do hope they get themselves back to normal.   A little communication wouldn't hurt either.

With all due respect toward you and Yobit, given what's being expressed mirrors Cryptsy MO prior to its demise. Surely, any entity worth its salt wouldn't be playing the same cards leading up to its one-way-ticket-to-China escapade.
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June 06, 2016, 09:28:30 PM
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I don't see the flaw in my logic.  

I'll tell you Socrate.

Your coin should be withdraw-able, yes.  If it isn't,  that is most certainly a problem with the exchange.  

You got the point finally.

I am just wondering out loud why you would want to do anything with these coins other than exchange them for bitcoin.

It's a right whatever the reason. But since you're wondering so loud I'll give you hypothesis

First reason people simply don't want to sell at a loss.
Second. They don't want to mass dump and hurt the market.
Third. Because they believe in the currency they want to put them on cold storage.
Fourth, because after 50 days maintenance you can't even dump anymore. Volume = 0
Fifth because a friend is asked you to buy some alts. Now you lost your friend's money (happened to me on Craptsy)

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June 06, 2016, 09:37:15 PM
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@morantis

Any customer can legitimately expect not to be robbed. You are again making pointless arguments.
Sorry but it's been a while I haven't seen such a ridiculous pile of horse crap. You should stop it now.
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