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September 17, 2017, 07:13:28 PM
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How much time your wallet team need to update source at UNIFY? It's already 2 weeks, Novaexchange did it in 2-3h... Your team is on holiday or what?
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September 17, 2017, 09:40:06 PM
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I guess soon enough we will find out whether Nova or Yobit have solved the issue already or simply not encountered it yet.
If there is scaling problems, why not to create 2,3,4 wallets instead of one? Sigt is just another fork with standard leveldb implementation. What kind of bullshit about enterprise level you talking about? And POW stage will end in 11 days, so amount of micro transactions from miners will drop.

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September 17, 2017, 11:35:26 PM
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Think about this. Let's count him as an official for this sake of this thread. Why he answered all of this just after the sigt pump started? Why not earlier because the maintanence has been ongoing for more than 2 weeks? Why not later?

Think about it and you'll have an answer.
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September 18, 2017, 01:23:48 AM
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Haha,we know the SIGT value.Because we have yobit. The cryptopia will cry and have a huge compensation. cryptopia please keep your broken wallet. when SIGT go to moon,cyringtopia will go to prison. Because they lost a billion SIGT and no money to pay .
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September 18, 2017, 01:29:26 AM
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This sigt wallet failure is something that I expect to happen at times, however it should only take days not weeks to correct. I opened an account at Cryptopia solely for sigt. After this show of incompetence, I will never use the services of cyptopia again. Cryptopia has permanently damaged their reputation at this point. I'm not interested in selling my sigt, I just want to move it to my own wallet for staking.

I think that when this coin becomes PoS, if Cryptopia has not corrected the wallet issue, they will be facing legal consequences, and I'll be onboard.

And as far as threats to delist sigt.....go for it, I'm sure we can get another exchange far more competent to handle our transactions.
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September 18, 2017, 01:52:58 AM
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Cryptopia has been holding my SIGT coin hostage since end of August.  On 30 August, I was trying to withdraw the coins and it says "pending withdrawal", until today.
The problem is that I'm unable to trade the coins since it's in withdraw status.  I have already sent a support ticket to request to cancel my withdrawal so that at least I can trade the coins on the exchange.  But, as usual their support person's response is exactly the same as the rest posted here, a mere copy & paste job.
So, all my SIGT has been stuck in limbo state, thanks to their incompetence to solve the issue.  This has caused a lost to me since I'm unable to trade or move the coins.

How long more do we have to wait till this issue gets resolved?  Days? Weeks? Months?  Totally unacceptable!!
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September 18, 2017, 05:29:45 AM
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How much time your wallet team need to update source at UNIFY? It's already 2 weeks, Novaexchange did it in 2-3h... Your team is on holiday or what?

Status shows it is waiting for Unify Dev Team - not Cryptopia


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September 18, 2017, 06:06:43 AM
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Now I see this message:

SIGT / BTC market is closing
SIGT is being delisted due to ongoing wallet issues that remain unresolved, please withdraw all your SIGT before 2017-10-19

What does that mean?  Am I able to get back all my SIGT coins?  Coz my coins are stuck at "pending withdrawal", so I can't withdraw anymore Sad
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September 18, 2017, 07:25:03 AM
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Craptopia has made themselves look like completely incompetent fools.

NEVER again will I involve myself with their crap exchange.

Your handling of Sigt is disgusting.
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September 18, 2017, 09:59:58 AM
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Accept the fact you couldn't fix the issue and handle the questions and simply blame SIGT for the mistake on your side. Their DB is "tested with up to one billion 100-byte entries, i.e., ~100GB". Read it for yourself https://github.com/signatumd/source/blob/master/src/leveldb/NEWS. And FYI, Bitcoin and Litecoin uses the same DB. What reason are you going to come up with now?
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September 18, 2017, 10:05:22 AM
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Accept the fact you couldn't fix the issue and handle the questions and simply blame SIGT for the mistake on your side. Their DB is "tested with up to one billion 100-byte entries, i.e., ~100GB". Read it for yourself https://github.com/signatumd/source/blob/master/src/leveldb/NEWS. And FYI, Bitcoin and Litecoin uses the same DB. What reason are you going to come up with now?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2030529.msg21956220#msg21956220
HOLY SHIT!

looking at the few wallet addresses posted here, looks like they did use SIGT wallet for internal transactions as well!

Of course it will not work, no other coin will work either... I am guessing they had the most number of transactions in SIGT.

What happens on a decent exchange?
Exchange gives you an address "deposit address" and go track it on coins explorer.
 - deposit coins to "deposit address"
 - once they are confirmed, they are immediately moved to "exchange address"
 - the amount you deposit, own, sold and bought all are recorded in an internal DB, Most exchanges use redis for good reason, a few uses mysql, oracle and postgres
 - blockchain is never used after that point unless you request a withdrawal

What were they thinking when they used wallets to hold real coins... I have a feeling most of their currencies will fail to import if their transactions/deposit/withdrawal counts increase.

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September 18, 2017, 11:33:54 AM
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How much time your wallet team need to update source at UNIFY? It's already 2 weeks, Novaexchange did it in 2-3h... Your team is on holiday or what?

Status shows it is waiting for Unify Dev Team - not Cryptopia



Status is the same from the beginning, we sent the source code 2 weeks ago...
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September 18, 2017, 03:10:31 PM
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Accept the fact you couldn't fix the issue and handle the questions and simply blame SIGT for the mistake on your side. Their DB is "tested with up to one billion 100-byte entries, i.e., ~100GB". Read it for yourself https://github.com/signatumd/source/blob/master/src/leveldb/NEWS. And FYI, Bitcoin and Litecoin uses the same DB. What reason are you going to come up with now?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2030529.msg21956220#msg21956220
HOLY SHIT!

looking at the few wallet addresses posted here, looks like they did use SIGT wallet for internal transactions as well!

Of course it will not work, no other coin will work either... I am guessing they had the most number of transactions in SIGT.

What happens on a decent exchange?
Exchange gives you an address "deposit address" and go track it on coins explorer.
 - deposit coins to "deposit address"
 - once they are confirmed, they are immediately moved to "exchange address"
 - the amount you deposit, own, sold and bought all are recorded in an internal DB, Most exchanges use redis for good reason, a few uses mysql, oracle and postgres
 - blockchain is never used after that point unless you request a withdrawal

What were they thinking when they used wallets to hold real coins... I have a feeling most of their currencies will fail to import if their transactions/deposit/withdrawal counts increase.

Holy Shit Indeed ! In 20y as software engineer I rarely saw such incompetence.
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September 18, 2017, 07:42:48 PM
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Real professional of the Cryptopia staff to ban SIGT holders from their discord! Clock is ticking! Release the coins. I can promise you that your exchange will completely fold if this is not done immediately. This should be your #1 priority.
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September 18, 2017, 08:00:31 PM
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Really good support for the 2 incidents I've had.

However it lags all the time, pretty bad in the afternoons EUTZ.
Other than that Cryptopia is one of the best.
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September 18, 2017, 08:04:33 PM
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Really good support for the 2 incidents I've had.

However it lags all the time, pretty bad in the afternoons EUTZ.
Other than that Cryptopia is one of the best.
Just wait, you'll see. Hopefully you bail out before then.
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September 18, 2017, 08:13:32 PM
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September 18, 2017, 10:30:38 PM
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How much time your wallet team need to update source at UNIFY? It's already 2 weeks, Novaexchange did it in 2-3h... Your team is on holiday or what?

Status shows it is waiting for Unify Dev Team - not Cryptopia



Status is the same from the beginning, we sent the source code 2 weeks ago...

Ok, finally, Cryptopia resolved problem with UNIFY wallet... I hope this situation will not happen again in future...
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September 18, 2017, 11:15:47 PM
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signatum was the fist coin i every mined. i hadnt mine much compared to others but lost many coins because i didnt realize their wallet wasnt working.
fk them i get the same generic answer for ages and my coins are now lost forever? scammers.
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September 19, 2017, 12:12:31 AM
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Holy Shit Indeed ! In 20y as software engineer I rarely saw such incompetence.

That is because it isn't true. I'm surprised that as an IT professional you didn't recognise nonsense.

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