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June 23, 2019, 09:01:08 AM
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Just noticed that my tokens and coins on cryptopia were transfered to many external wallet on may. So it seem we are all completely f****...

How did you track the address? I checked that my 2502 LINA tokens were sent 325 days back to Cryptopia address and then it was all sent here about 110 days back which is after the hack. So my tokens look safe but I don't think I'll ever get them back.
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June 23, 2019, 09:06:18 AM
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Just noticed that my tokens and coins on cryptopia were transfered to many external wallet on may. So it seem we are all completely f****...

How did you track the address? I checked that my 2502 LINA tokens were sent 325 days back to Cryptopia address and then it was all sent here about 110 days back which is after the hack. So my tokens look safe but I don't think I'll ever get them back.

Just found many address I have set for mining payback. When wanted to check the wallets amounts, I discovered that they we're transfered, small amounts each time, to many external wallets
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June 23, 2019, 07:00:25 PM
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Just noticed that my tokens and coins on cryptopia were transfered to many external wallet on may. So it seem we are all completely f****...

That could have been Cryptopia staff sending funds from an older potentially compromised wallet to a freshly installed client, although the "many" does make me wonder.

Do you remember if the markets were re-enabled for those coins before Cryptopia shut down?
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June 24, 2019, 01:44:28 PM
Last edit: June 24, 2019, 02:04:13 PM by adrov
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This "hack" is a great cover for an obvious exit scam (so many sketchy shit on last 30 pages of this thread, it's just hard to deny it).

The sad reality is that those few people behind Cryptopia curtains knew exactly what they were doing and this legal farce is just a smoke screen. They are getting legal advice, sure... but it's about them minimizing financial and legal exposure.

I don't wanna be that guy... but we're NEVER getting anything back Cry Cry Cry

We can only hope that karma is real and they are getting their spanking soon =P

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June 24, 2019, 03:44:50 PM
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There were a lot of funds that weren't hacked.  When are we going to get those?  Not even a timeline given? 

It's funny how centralized the supposedly cryptocurrency world actually is unless you are very smart and careful. 

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June 24, 2019, 09:49:34 PM
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This "hack" is a great cover for an obvious exit scam (so many sketchy shit on last 30 pages of this thread, it's just hard to deny it).

The sad reality is that those few people behind Cryptopia curtains knew exactly what they were doing and this legal farce is just a smoke screen. They are getting legal advice, sure... but it's about them minimizing financial and legal exposure.

I don't wanna be that guy... but we're NEVER getting anything back Cry Cry Cry

We can only hope that karma is real and they are getting their spanking soon =P

I'm gonna be the other guy and believe we will get our unhacked coins back. Might be only a percentage but who knows could be the full wad.
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June 24, 2019, 10:49:51 PM
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This "hack" is a great cover for an obvious exit scam (so many sketchy shit on last 30 pages of this thread, it's just hard to deny it).

The sad reality is that those few people behind Cryptopia curtains knew exactly what they were doing and this legal farce is just a smoke screen. They are getting legal advice, sure... but it's about them minimizing financial and legal exposure.

I don't wanna be that guy... but we're NEVER getting anything back Cry Cry Cry

We can only hope that karma is real and they are getting their spanking soon =P

I'm gonna be the other guy and believe we will get our unhacked coins back. Might be only a percentage but who knows could be the full wad.
Hoping isnt really bad but if you do expect too much you are just stressing out yourself as the day pass by which you do wait up for some compensation.
Well,each person do have their own views but if you do try to look at on the current situation it do really looks like completely as a murky water or simply
say that its hard to believe on any miracle of getting your coins back.

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June 25, 2019, 06:12:30 AM
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Meanwhile Bitcoin, Litecoin is mo0ning and stress is growing. Where gone that doubled haircut capital? We must track it down.
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June 25, 2019, 08:34:53 AM
Last edit: June 25, 2019, 08:44:58 AM by item-ax
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This "hack" is a great cover for an obvious exit scam (so many sketchy shit on last 30 pages of this thread, it's just hard to deny it).

The sad reality is that those few people behind Cryptopia curtains knew exactly what they were doing and this legal farce is just a smoke screen. They are getting legal advice, sure... but it's about them minimizing financial and legal exposure.

I don't wanna be that guy... but we're NEVER getting anything back Cry Cry Cry

We can only hope that karma is real and they are getting their spanking soon =P

I'm gonna be the other guy and believe we will get our unhacked coins back. Might be only a percentage but who knows could be the full wad.

Keep believing dude !
As i said, in my case, all my tokens have been distributed to external wallet
for example, i'v hade a sh***coin Blakecoin : , my wallet was withdrawed
to this wallet :
http://blc.blakecoin.com/address/Bdzkka2a7GUBSgqffVYwmkPjzvUGWC8dc9  this was on MAy the 6th
same for Photocoin i had :
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/pho/address.dws?BqvtCsQUEPBLUNV612eDmhsTJJy6orVrbW.htm



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June 27, 2019, 01:22:46 PM
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Investors with tens of thousands in Cryptopia waiting for information https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/113357667/investors-with-tens-of-thousands-in-cryptopia-waiting-for-information


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June 28, 2019, 12:16:25 PM
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Oh do you remember this exchange with many exotic altcoins available to sell after mining them?
What was its name.... hm.... Shitopia? no-no-no, wait... I've got it... oh! Cryptopia!

I kinda miss them!

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June 28, 2019, 02:01:01 PM
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Main question is to determine exact number of stolen coins.
After that they could offer company(brand) to someone who could actually repay coins and continue the business.


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June 28, 2019, 03:07:43 PM
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Main question is to determine exact number of stolen coins.
After that they could offer company(brand) to someone who could actually repay coins and continue the business.


Robbed in Broad Daylight: How Hackers Stole $23 Million in Kiwi Cryptos
12 Jun 2019 https://www.moneymorning.co.nz/robbed-in-broad-daylight-how-hackers-stole-23-million-in-kiwi-cryptos/2019/06/12/
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June 29, 2019, 02:46:32 AM
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Main question is to determine exact number of stolen coins.
After that they could offer company(brand) to someone who could actually repay coins and continue the business.



There is no sense using the same brand ever again. They will have eternity to take before gaining the trust that was already lost. Remember cryptopia tried to recover and opened the trading again after the hacking incident, but then it simply ended a failure. Better let go of the name and start fresh.

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June 29, 2019, 11:33:00 AM
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losing crypto money become Usually not an exception and this makes crypto word Unpleasant for new investors
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June 29, 2019, 07:24:36 PM
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losing crypto money become Usually not an exception and this makes crypto word Unpleasant for new investors

So true, now crypto are synonym of scam and thieves, thats why, i think we will have no more alt seasons again, like the one during 2017
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June 30, 2019, 11:54:07 AM
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I just wonder what is official answer of team? I heard that funds have been stolen by team members and this hack is something like setup.
Some of my friends lost money on this exchange

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June 30, 2019, 12:14:16 PM
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Exit scam...
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July 02, 2019, 11:30:43 AM
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Main question is to determine exact number of stolen coins.
After that they could offer company(brand) to someone who could actually repay coins and continue the business.



There is no sense using the same brand ever again. They will have eternity to take before gaining the trust that was already lost. Remember cryptopia tried to recover and opened the trading again after the hacking incident, but then it simply ended a failure. Better let go of the name and start fresh.

I do not agree at all, brand is always worth something, there is no bad commercial.

If someone takes control over the company/brand, then all users would be compensated for their lose - so WIN -WIN situation.



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July 02, 2019, 09:56:23 PM
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I would be the first to sign up to a reopened Cryptopia.  The actual exchange was by far the easiest to trade on and getting funds into crypto at no cost is what got many started investing in crypto.
That and being a local company, employing a lot of tech savvy people in Christchurch, and this time learning from the colossal mistake of not hiring fucking nob-ends moving the company into the wrong direction will make the exchange work.
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