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December 13, 2017, 12:35:37 AM
Last edit: December 13, 2017, 12:51:41 AM by oranges411
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Lol

Put yourself in the customer's shoes.  We didn't force the company you work for to add so many coins your bosses tech team doesn't have the time to upkeep wallets, perform regular tests on them to make sure they are working, and support a growing userbase (assuming best case scenario and these are the only problems at play_.  We're not trying to be mean.  The ETH problem *wasn't* cryptopia's fault, I'm talking about other coins.  When you go weeks or months without public updates on non-working deposits and withdrawals advertised as working, that IS BAD CUSTOMER SERVICE AND IT IS BORDERLINE ILLEGAL
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December 13, 2017, 01:45:24 PM
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1 week, still no reply. As I probably will never see my coins again I wish lafu and all other cryptopia mofos to use all the scammed money to buy candles for their parents and childrens graves.
Stay away from ETN and the cryptopia scammers.
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December 14, 2017, 01:56:10 PM
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Hi guys!


I have created an iOS app for trading on Cryptopia.

If you guys want to check it out, it is here:

https://github.com/florinusc/CryptopiaTrader

Apple does not approve it for sale on the App store because it trades currency that is not approved for use in their apps (that was their formal reason).

In any case it is open-source so you can also check the project files before installing.

If someone wants an .ipa file that they can directly install on their device through iTunes send me a message here and I'll email it to you.

Hope it helps. Cheers!
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December 14, 2017, 06:13:34 PM
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I fear what happens to a lot of people in crypto is that the money makes them more greedy and they get lazy and fat.  They shouldn't want to be so very rich that they get corrupted by it.  Spend more of it on support staff and techs that can get the system running optimally.

Still not able to withdraw various coins after requests being sent.

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December 14, 2017, 06:47:58 PM
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Lol

I'm blown away by your unprofessionalism. Your replies were never really that "mature" but this one takes the cake.

You are an employee of Cryptopia, correct? Is this an official response?
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December 14, 2017, 10:02:51 PM
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Lol
You are an employee of Cryptopia, correct? Is this an official response?
i don't think so, Official would be ROFLMAO Wink

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I dont have any problems with deposits/withdrawals. only platform is a bit slow nowadays., but its probably due to fast rising amount of clients and increasing trading volume. but still, its bearable.
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December 15, 2017, 12:06:32 AM
Last edit: December 15, 2017, 01:23:30 AM by xtraelv
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Dudes at Cryptopia: please give a *public* update on your situation.  There's at least 3 currencies people have stuck withdrawals on.  Byteball, Monero etc... Some people have been waiting weeks.

Please start issuing public statements, before we start preparing for lawsuits ala Cryptsy.  Everyone is fearing an exit scam, we need something other than your copy-paste support ticket answers.

Their public announcements are on their website. https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/News and official twitter feed.
Not on shitcointalk or other dodgy forums which rarely gets used by them  -  where people post their frustrations, hate campaigns and the pitchforks come out whenever a coin gets stuck. Of course none of these "frustrations" get deleted once it gets resolved.

Speaking from experience of working in a technical job. Sometimes when there is a problem - the cause of the problem is not yet known and is being investigated so no announcement can be made regarding the cause of the problem or solution until it is found. All this time the customer is impatiently calling and wanting "updates".

The conclusion above is that because 3 wallets (out of 726 by the way) are in maintenance, and some newbies that don't know how crypto works are complaining on forums, Cryptopia are crooks and running an exit scam?  Coins come out of maintenance once the issue with the coin has been resolved (usually caused by things like coin devs making mandatory updates and not notifying exchanges, wallets not able to scale, or more simple things that are usually fixed more quickly).

Go look at other exchanges, you will usually find they have a MUCH higher percentage of coins in maintenance, many permanently so.  Cryptopia is about the best out there in this regard.

Yes support is a bit slow at the moment, this is due to huge growth, they are busy hiring and training new staff to assist with this.  Unlike many other exchanges they are also a publicly registered company. Due to this the likelihood of them pulling an exit scam or stealing anything from users is zero. Cryptopia is fully legit.

Don't bother to reply with personal insults - Show me one user where that has actually been scammed by Cryptopia with details of the transactions and identifiable proof.  Yeah I think not.


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December 15, 2017, 02:14:39 AM
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RussiaCoin is also experiencing problems with the Cryptopia wallet not connecting to the network (the network is fine).

Have opened two support tickets, they were closed as "I have let the team know"

Their news feed makes no mention of this issue, nor have they responded via Twitter. (here is our tweet to them: https://twitter.com/RussiaCoin/status/940491300855357440 )

Further reading by us: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1083032.msg26184298#msg26184298

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December 15, 2017, 04:11:13 AM
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I did get all my withdrawals.  Just had to keep resending and maybe post in here.   


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December 15, 2017, 06:20:36 AM
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I did get all my withdrawals.  Just had to keep resending and maybe post in here.   



There isn’t much to resend if Cryptopia marks your withdrawal as complete without it being visible on the blockchain itself (GBYTE withdrawal issue).

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December 15, 2017, 09:31:12 AM
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Planning to trade xby. How are the deposits and withdrawals now?
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December 15, 2017, 01:35:17 PM
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Hey your LIZI wallet source code seems to be working properly.

Can you guys send me your wallet source code for lizi so i can actually recieve my coins.


I sent lizi to a wallet that needs an updated source cod.

If you can get me the functioning wallet source for lizi it would be greatlyyyy appreciated man.

Thank you.
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December 15, 2017, 01:38:31 PM
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Hey admin, you should def take a look at Kalkulus project https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2456298.new#new
Is doing good, have a growing community but need a bigger exchange, please list it!
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December 15, 2017, 09:50:32 PM
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Hah. Nice to see all of these twat assholes defending this criminal enterprise. Cryptopia is a fraudulent enterprise. End of story.

The only difference between Crypsty & GAW, versus Cryptopia is that that fanboys are still pimping it in the face of undeniable fraud.

Mark - Show me one user where that has actually been scammed by Cryptopia with details of the transactions and identifiable proof.  Yeah I think not.

I see that you have opted for the personal insults instead.

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December 15, 2017, 09:53:27 PM
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Planning to trade xby. How are the deposits and withdrawals now?

xby wallet is fine by the look of it. https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/CoinInfo/?coin=XBY

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December 15, 2017, 10:42:28 PM
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The GBYTE wallet is in maintenance mode with info that they are looking into transaction status issues. So there is movement on the Byteball front  Cheesy

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December 16, 2017, 03:32:12 AM
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SAFEX delisting

2 days ago OMNI updated their codebase, this is a mandatory release so all OMNI wallets needed to be placed in maintenance while it was updated and resynced.

Since then the SAFEX community have launched an attack on Cryptopia stating that we have placed the coin in maintenance just to manipulate the price.

We froze the markets in response but this just resulted in the SAFEX community doubling down their accusations.

As a result we have now decided to delist SAFEX due to the behavior of the community in general.

Once SAFEX has fully synced (at block 394077) as of this post, the wallet will be re-enabled and you will be able to withdraw.

We apologize for any inconvenience but we have a strict policy against behavior like this and will stamp it out immediately in a hope we can clean up Crypto in general.


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December 16, 2017, 03:36:58 AM
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Hah. Nice to see all of these twat assholes defending this criminal enterprise. Cryptopia is a fraudulent enterprise. End of story.

The only difference between Crypsty & GAW, versus Cryptopia is that that fanboys are still pimping it in the face of undeniable fraud.

Mark - Show me one user where that has actually been scammed by Cryptopia with details of the transactions and identifiable proof.  Yeah I think not.

I see that you have opted for the personal insults instead.


Go look at the fucking forums you fuckapotamus.

Dont know whats wrong with you , but we cant health stupid like you only knowen the words fuck fuck....  fuck  !
Looks like a little Kid who dont know what he should do next !
You can ...... yourself and can tell your lies stories in other forums or threads!

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December 16, 2017, 06:41:15 AM
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Hah. Nice to see all of these twat assholes defending this criminal enterprise. Cryptopia is a fraudulent enterprise. End of story.

The only difference between Crypsty & GAW, versus Cryptopia is that that fanboys are still pimping it in the face of undeniable fraud.

Mark - Show me one user where that has actually been scammed by Cryptopia with details of the transactions and identifiable proof.  Yeah I think not.

I see that you have opted for the personal insults instead.


Go look at the fucking forums you fuckapotamus.

Dont know whats wrong with you , but we cant health stupid like you only knowen the words fuck fuck....  fuck  !
Looks like a little Kid who dont know what he should do next !
You can ...... yourself and can tell your lies stories in other forums or threads!

Regards Lafu

You are a piece of shit. You are holding coins, losing deposits, fucking up wallets, of coins that do not belong to you. You are an arrogant little slimy twat. You don't answer support tickets that have been delayed for weeks on end, yet you have time to be on here mouthing off. Fuck off crook.

Dude .... yourself   you are the piece of shit who started this shit with mouthing like crying Kid , second im not on the support stuff also i do this for free and i cant do anything for your shitcoins !
a nice weekend while you write stupid comments others have to work!
Who the crook is you!
I guess the Legendary Account is bought from another user and you dont know what shit you are talking !
You dont know what work it is for an Exchange !
Peace  ..........
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December 16, 2017, 06:55:58 AM
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I'm using cryptopia for some time but never face any problems.

Only thing i hate was they didn't give btg fork. I had 0.25 btc when the snapshot is taken and they just keep btg for themselves.

It is like stealing 75$ from me.

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