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August 03, 2017, 07:37:23 AM
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It wouldn't be fair to say that DOT holders will benefit directly from the new token.

The mobile interface is indeed not completed, the reason for that being that we hired people that knew what they were doing in that area to get that started, only that not much at all of what they're done so far is out in the wild. Some of the new stuff looks pretty cool, and of course, is mobile device friendly.

Regarding CLAM coin, after I read that I had to go hug someone in support, yikes...
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August 04, 2017, 04:19:41 AM
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I did notice you were the last of the exchanges to enable your wallets to allow bch (as you named it for bitcoin cash because bcc was taken by bitconnect token  Roll Eyes ) and the price for it is the worst because everybody dumped their coins already on there.
Even hitbtc is catching up to what you have it for and they were the very first ones to have it fully trading and their wallets enabled.
Come on now.
No excuse because your on the other side of world than the last one to release transactions to their wallets.
I am talking about the big trex on that accomplishment of being a debacle.
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August 04, 2017, 07:08:56 AM
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hi, sorry to bother you serious faced men but do you plan to list Adshares (ADST) on Cryptopia exchange?

If the devs/whoever approaches us to list it, sure?

I did notice you were the last of the exchanges to enable your wallets to allow bch (as you named it for bitcoin cash because bcc was taken by bitconnect token  Roll Eyes ) and the price for it is the worst because everybody dumped their coins already on there.
Even hitbtc is catching up to what you have it for and they were the very first ones to have it fully trading and their wallets enabled.
Come on now.
No excuse because your on the other side of world than the last one to release transactions to their wallets.
I am talking about the big trex on that accomplishment of being a debacle.

I just... have no idea what you're trying to say or ask or accuse of something or what...?
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August 04, 2017, 12:38:49 PM
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What's going on with coin icons?


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August 04, 2017, 01:05:12 PM
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Yesterday while using it I saw I got a bit of Bitcoin cash credited, I sent it to the Dustbin. I know it wasn't a lot but everything is good. This says, only today I discovered the "Night" mode  Roll Eyes

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August 05, 2017, 01:58:16 AM
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My thanks goes to Cryptopia - I logged in to find an equal number of BCH to the amount of my BTC that is held for orders at the moment in my wallet list.  Hopefully other exchanges are doing likewise.

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August 05, 2017, 05:55:05 AM
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Actually i signed up around last week but never try. this is good news for me to try deeper.
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August 05, 2017, 09:13:48 AM
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It wouldn't be fair to say that DOT holders will benefit directly from the new token.

The mobile interface is indeed not completed, the reason for that being that we hired people that knew what they were doing in that area to get that started, only that not much at all of what they're done so far is out in the wild. Some of the new stuff looks pretty cool, and of course, is mobile device friendly.

Regarding CLAM coin, after I read that I had to go hug someone in support, yikes...

Thanks for the response. I'd love to see cryptopia catch up more, and if I can propose some ideas while having a position in the DOT house token, that's even more exciting.

Assuming you are doing some sort of feeshare token, one idea I was thinking is that you let people purchase the initial batch, maybe a pre sale using DOT, or offer people a special bonus if they purchase with DOT. That way they benefit from trusting in the house token.

Another related idea I was thinking, possibly, create a second (virtual) feeshare token which comprises maybe 10% of the exchange's feeshares and is just pegged to DOT, so if you have DOT in your cryptopia account, you automatically get this 2nd token credited. This token is not tradeable and only exists virtually on cryptopia. You get paid the fees earnings from this virtual token as long as you keep the DOT. When you sell the DOT, this virtual token disappears from your account too. Meanwhile, people can also additionally hold the other feeshare token which together comprises 90% of the exchange's feeshares.

So, in addition to the actual feeshare token (comprising 90% of exchange's fees), you can have a second virtual token (comprising 10% fees) which only shows up in the account as long as we keep DOT on topia, so it kind of encourages holding DOT asset.
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August 07, 2017, 05:37:32 AM
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What's going on with coin icons?

It's a caching thing after a coin gets added, ctrl+f5 should get rid of it after a few minutes. It's one of those things where we know what causes it and how to stop it from happening, but because it's cosmetic, fixing it isn't very high up the todo list at the moment.

@wtman - i can't say much more without getting myself in hot water, but you'll get to know how it works in a relatively near future.
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August 09, 2017, 01:45:09 PM
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Good afternoon!
I've been sending messages to the support team for a whole month already. You do not get any answers. What's the matter?
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August 09, 2017, 11:25:29 PM
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I'm happy that you've got 2FA working, but the lock my account button does exactly that - we try not to use additional confirmation boxes wherever possible. You can either log a support ticket to get your account unlocked, or wait out the 24 hours until it auto-unlocks.

@progmax - if you use the same username on Cryptopia as you do here, we haven't had a support ticket from you in a couple of months...?
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August 11, 2017, 02:58:20 AM
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Hey all. I have been completely unable to access the site for about a month now. Im not sure what the issue is. But it always timesout. I dont how to get this issue solved since i do have a few coins on cryptopia. Could anyone help me out with this? I can see the content using a proxy (One of those free ones from websites) but unable to access.

Please do help.

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August 12, 2017, 07:33:17 AM
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I'm happy that you've got 2FA working, but the lock my account button does exactly that - we try not to use additional confirmation boxes wherever possible. You can either log a support ticket to get your account unlocked, or wait out the 24 hours until it auto-unlocks.

@progmax - if you use the same username on Cryptopia as you do here, we haven't had a support ticket from you in a couple of months...?

The problem is that I can not log into my account.
I am writing through the form https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Support, but no one is responding. This lasts for the second month.
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August 12, 2017, 10:21:53 AM
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Cryptopia is very good for alts coins.

But it lags constantly, the chat is near imposible to load without the browser hanging for a short while.

Any tips as to how to get Cryptopia to work flawlessly?

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August 12, 2017, 02:04:01 PM
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https://blog.coinigy.com/2017/08/cryptopia-fully-integrated-into-the-coinigy-platform/

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August 14, 2017, 05:29:09 AM
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Cryptopia is very good for alts coins.
But it lags constantly, the chat is near imposible to load without the browser hanging for a short while.
Any tips as to how to get Cryptopia to work flawlessly?
Cheers
Cryptopia is a Microsoft partner so our site will work well with Edge and IE 11; that being said, I think Chrome renders the site faster if network isn't a problem, and either way you wanna be using Windows 10. If you're using something made by Apple, or a device running Android, or are having issues due to either bandwidth or latency to the USA, then your best bet is to wait a few weeks until a few projects we have going on here are done.
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August 14, 2017, 12:14:05 PM
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Wow BNB (binance house coin) is doing so well, now going for $145 million marketcap with $64 million volume. That's amazing.

Binance came out of nowhere though, just one month old exchange wow Shocked Shocked

Can cryptopia users look forward to similar euphoria with the house coin Dot anytime soon too?
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August 14, 2017, 05:30:43 PM
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on Cryptopia,

What is the average response time of support messages?

How long does the account verification take?
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August 14, 2017, 09:29:51 PM
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on Cryptopia,

What is the average response time of support messages?

How long does the account verification take?

Heya   it depends on how much work they have but normaly 3 days if all fine !


Regards  Lafu
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August 14, 2017, 10:47:47 PM
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3 days Lafu? Maybe if it includes a weekend and we get absolutely swamped.

@progmax PM me your problem, your username and your email and I'll get someone from support to contact you. You not being able to log in is what, a 2FA thing, or a you can't make the website work thing?
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