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April 06, 2019, 09:00:03 PM
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^ yea actual good point. I can appreciate how livid people would be in that scenario.
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April 06, 2019, 09:02:12 PM
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If something positive happens over there like they open withdrawals/deposits on the first coins, please announce it here.

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April 06, 2019, 10:29:06 PM
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April 06, 2019, 10:36:18 PM
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April 06, 2019, 11:29:49 PM
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For a while Cryptopia had a professional CEO, who quit arround June 2018. CEOs do not usually quit thriving businesses. But this one did. After that, @Triple_HeXXX's daddy became interim managing director of Cryptopia. A bit of a strange move for a founder, to appoint his daddy instead of himself. Coincidentally or not, about the same time the other founder @sa_ddam213 started developing an alternate exchange. Then a month before the alleged hack, someone started dumping CEFS. CEFS being essentially a money printing machine, you just had to watch money rolling in. But dumped them nevertheless. And a few days before the alleged hack, trading volume dropped, as if someone or some groups in the know started turning off their trading bots in anticipation of something. And a few hours before the alleged hack, ETH dumped on Cryptopia.

Can you spell i-n-f-i-g-h-t-i-n-g? How about i-n-s-i-d-e  j-o-b?

 
It can't have been as early as June 2018, as he was still posting "CEO updates" in October 2018, this is from just 6 months ago:
Alan Booth updates: https://support.cryptopia.co.nz/csm?id=search&t=kb&q=Alan%20Booth

CEO Update: Refreshed Site Announcement (04/10/2018)
https://support.cryptopia.co.nz/csm?id=kb_article&sys_id=2911e5afdbf42f40d7e096888a961904

Dear Cryptopians
 
We have lift off! Today we unveiled a fresh new look for Cryptopia. This is the first of many exciting changes planned for the exchange to deliver on our promise of a fast, secure and customer focused exchange. I would like to take this opportunity to update you on a number of initiatives we are implementing to ensure we remain one of the leading global cryptocurrency exchanges.
 
1. UPGRADED SYSTEMS & INCREASED HEADCOUNT
 
Cryptopia has invested heavily this year in upgraded systems and infrastructure to improve our scalability after learning some lessons earlier this year when we experienced 950% growth from November 2017 through to January 2018. With over 2 million global users, we have increased our headcount by almost 400% this year and have moved into new offices that have been customised to suit our ever expanding team. I am also thrilled to welcome Raj Wadhera, our new Sales and Marketing Director, to Cryptopia. He joins at a pivotal time as we experience accelerated business growth. With his proven track record developing a world-class experience, he is a welcome addition to our talented team who are delivering high-performing and highly secure services to our users around the world. We are also recruiting for a number of new positions and welcome your applications.
 
2. CUSTOMER SERVICE IMPROVEMENTS
 
Throughout the last quarter, we have significantly improved our customer service standards and are moving closer to our goal of offering World Class Service. Our recent average response times are under 7 hours and our mean time to resolution is 2.5 days. We are still aiming to deliver a one-hour response rate and for 90% of tickets to be resolved within one business day. The 10% of new tickets we are unable to resolve within that time frame generally relate to issues for coins in maintenance and this is often outside of our control. Please see our Help Centre article about why coins need to go into maintenance for further information.
 
3. REFRESHED NEW LOOK & IMPROVED FEATURES
 
We have today rolled out a fresh new look that is the start of a whole host of changes that will deliver a faster and cleaner experience for our users. We would appreciate your feedback and encourage you to create a new support ticket. Please ensure you categorise the ticket as 'Exchange', subcategory 'Other' with the Subject of 'Design Feedback' and include the device and browser you are using as well as any screenshots to ensure our development team can review. There are many other new features and improvements planned for the last quarter of 2018 - stay tuned for further announcements.
 
Lastly, I would like to thank our loyal customers for their patronage throughout the ups and downs of the market in 2018. Cryptopia firmly believes that cryptocurrencies are the future of financial services. We look forward to the rise of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology, with our customers at the core of all improvements and new products we launch.
 
Best wishes,
 
Alan Booth

His departure must have occurred sometime after October 4, 2018, the date of the last "CEO update". Also leaves the questions of what happened, where he is now and whether he was investigated after the attack, as well the actual date that he left the company. It is strange is how quietly this was handled, appointment or departure of a CEO/important staff is normally used by marketing teams to promote the company, create a buzz,  but Cryptopia it was all silence.   Undecided
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April 07, 2019, 06:59:48 AM
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^ yea actual good point. I can appreciate how livid people would be in that scenario.
People are already livid, dude.

BTC is 5k and they forcibly bought us out at 3.5k (+43%)
ETH is 170 and they forcibly bought us out at 120 (+42%)
LTC is 95 and they forcibly bought us out at 30 (+200% !!)

And don't come sayin' it could have been the other way around. The forcibly part happened in March, when it was clear how the market was moving.
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April 07, 2019, 09:15:54 AM
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^ yea actual good point. I can appreciate how livid people would be in that scenario.
People are already livid, dude.

BTC is 5k and they forcibly bought us out at 3.5k (+43%)
ETH is 170 and they forcibly bought us out at 120 (+42%)
LTC is 95 and they forcibly bought us out at 30 (+200% !!)

And don't come sayin' it could have been the other way around. The forcibly part happened in March, when it was clear how the market was moving.
So you mean they are scammer and hacker too. And they are the reason behind the price pump or bull run? Maybe we are going to receive our funds when BTC reach the moon soon. or we are not going to get anything.

Why not anyone from New Zealand goes and talk with them.
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April 07, 2019, 10:39:36 AM
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Why not anyone from New Zealand goes and talk with them.

Hey I'm in Christchurch in April any chance I can go check out the offices and say hi to the guys?

This thread has become excessively toxic its a pity used to be a good place to get info on Cryptopia. I hold a few k of funds on the exchange, can understand a hack as serious as this is going to take a lot more time to fix. It would be encouraging to meet someone and get some answers first hand.

Whatever happens I will go check out the new premises in Sydenham, I know the area well, used to live on St Asaph St opposite the Cuban.

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April 07, 2019, 01:27:03 PM
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And they are the reason behind the price pump or bull run?
No, they are not the reason behind the bull(ish) market. They just saw that the market improves and decided to replace the user's cryptos with some IOUs at a fictitious low value.
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April 07, 2019, 01:32:12 PM
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When withdrawal btc are going to be active again..why say deadlines that you do not respect...
Did they mention any deadlines before? Serious question as I've never seen an announcement with specific dates. Please provide a reference link too if there's any.
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Last edit: April 07, 2019, 02:03:05 PM by four3200
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Did they mention any deadlines before?


Currently in regards to withdrawals, we are hoping to achieve this by the end of the month.

key words being "We are hoping to achieve this by".

As per https://support.cryptopia.co.nz/csm?id=kb_article&sys_id=48613b3cdb50338032a664a14a9619ba



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or aiming deadlines

What you don't get ___ your coins withdrawn.

when is Craptopia DEAD lined .... ?

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April 07, 2019, 02:56:54 PM
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Did they mention any deadlines before?


Currently in regards to withdrawals, we are hoping to achieve this by the end of the month.

key words being "We are hoping to achieve this by".

As per https://support.cryptopia.co.nz/csm?id=kb_article&sys_id=48613b3cdb50338032a664a14a9619ba


I think BenTheAnonMod made a mistake of giving false hope about the withdrawals. If you check the article it's not what they mean, it's not the withdrawals that they are hoping to achieve:

We will be emailing you again shortly with more details around the rebates and the projected dates for trading to be active again. Please be aware, we are hoping to achieve this by the end of the month.

Some trading pairs are now active, but in regards to the rebate, no new update.
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April 07, 2019, 03:18:34 PM
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If BTC pumps a little more they will wake up one day and say, Hey dudes you know what? We'll pay the btc value of 3 months ago. Cash problem solved.
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April 07, 2019, 08:40:46 PM
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If BTC pumps a little more they will wake up one day and say, Hey dudes you know what? We'll pay the btc value of 3 months ago. Cash problem solved.
Weren't you paying attention? They already did that.
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April 07, 2019, 09:29:12 PM
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If BTC pumps a little more they will wake up one day and say, Hey dudes you know what? We'll pay the btc value of 3 months ago. Cash problem solved.
Weren't you paying attention? They already did that.

^ yea actual good point. I can appreciate how livid people would be in that scenario.
People are already livid, dude.

BTC is 5k and they forcibly bought us out at 3.5k (+43%)
ETH is 170 and they forcibly bought us out at 120 (+42%)
LTC is 95 and they forcibly bought us out at 30 (+200% !!)

And don't come sayin' it could have been the other way around. The forcibly part happened in March, when it was clear how the market was moving.

lol no shit if it was the other way around u bet your ass the refund would be in the currency's lost.

Personally I will never use cryptopia again after I get my money out im curious on how many people will do the same Im not asking people to post the answer im just going to go on visitors in 6 months from now.

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April 07, 2019, 10:03:51 PM
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If BTC pumps a little more they will wake up one day and say, Hey dudes you know what? We'll pay the btc value of 3 months ago. Cash problem solved.
Weren't you paying attention? They already did that.

what you mean? did they already say that they will pay the equivalent in fiat at the time of hack?
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April 07, 2019, 11:49:16 PM
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what you mean? did they already say that they will pay the equivalent in fiat at the time of hack?

You are obviously not paying attention. https://support.cryptopia.co.nz/csm?id=kb_article&sys_id=48613b3cdb50338032a664a14a9619ba
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If you held balances in coins that were lost in the event you will start to see Withdraws on your account for those coins. The TXID for the withdraw will not exist on the network but will detail how the coin was impacted in the event. For each withdraw you will also see a subsequent deposit of Cryptopia Loss Marker(CLM), the TXID for this will also not exist on a network but will detail the coin it represents a loss for. CLM is not a coin, it can't be traded as yet, it is just a number in the database that represents the loss for each coin for each user in $NZD at the time of the event. There are still steps to take to ensure we are taking a legal path toward reimbursement.

What did you thought we were ranting about?
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April 08, 2019, 02:24:25 AM
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His departure must have occurred sometime after October 4, 2018, the date of the last "CEO update". Also leaves the questions of what happened, where he is now and whether he was investigated after the attack, as well the actual date that he left the company. It is strange is how quietly this was handled, appointment or departure of a CEO/important staff is normally used by marketing teams to promote the company, create a buzz,  but Cryptopia it was all silence.   Undecided
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There were several announcements on numerous media about his departure. Personally I found out about it before Cryptopia announced it from his own facebook page.

I believe his departure was on 10 October 2018


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April 08, 2019, 02:47:29 AM
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Read this carefully:   https://www.pearse-trust.ie/blog/bid/87671/new-zealand-financial-year-ends-what-next


Financial year at New Zealand is from April 1st till March 31st next year.

It means financial year finished at March 31.



Owners want dividends for the successful (if successful) business year 2018 and previous years (if successful, if profitable).

When are they planning to decide about dividends?

When will be  the Annual General Meeting Meeting for this exchange?

It seems we can't get that very important answers here.


Search for such type of informations:   https://www.google.com/search?q=financial+year+new+zealand
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April 08, 2019, 12:13:48 PM
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what you mean? did they already say that they will pay the equivalent in fiat at the time of hack?

You are obviously not paying attention. https://support.cryptopia.co.nz/csm?id=kb_article&sys_id=48613b3cdb50338032a664a14a9619ba
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If you held balances in coins that were lost in the event you will start to see Withdraws on your account for those coins. The TXID for the withdraw will not exist on the network but will detail how the coin was impacted in the event. For each withdraw you will also see a subsequent deposit of Cryptopia Loss Marker(CLM), the TXID for this will also not exist on a network but will detail the coin it represents a loss for. CLM is not a coin, it can't be traded as yet, it is just a number in the database that represents the loss for each coin for each user in $NZD at the time of the event. There are still steps to take to ensure we are taking a legal path toward reimbursement.

What did you thought we were ranting about?

Ok I see, but I don't want to give them bad ideas, I already considered that 14% lost (I only had BTC sorry for who had ETH, really.) and was talking about the remaining 86%
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