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March 18, 2019, 08:02:13 AM
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HAIRCUTS FREE HAIRCUTS!
43.1986% LTC was lost in the January 2019 event.
14.0489% BTC was lost in the January 2019 event.

pays CLaiMs @ $27/ltc



BTC and LTC lost too? i thought only ETH and some tokens.

of course the "scam hack" will not be complete without the most valuable crypto-> BTC and a sprinkle of LTC on top  Grin
Any official announcement, where they mentioned they will refund stolen funds?

They have enough fund from "listing Fees" to refund users lost fund.    Cheesy

Seems like their official letter about the stolen coins is finally being sent to users.
They'll update users' accounts with "withdraws" that represent the amounts stolen and then "deposits" of something they call "Cryptopia Loss Marker(CLM)".
How this CLM will be used is unclear to me.

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

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March 18, 2019, 08:16:01 AM
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Annnnnnd we back to exit scam comments, well it was fun while it lasted. *walks away from this thread*
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March 18, 2019, 08:44:38 AM
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because your Anon behavior and pro-hair-cut sock puppets, add never publish the facts (TX the hacker generated)
reeks FOUL and suspect

>> buy low SCAM HACK..

borrow/hack
$27 LTC
$2700 BTC
$80 ETH

stall, delay, issue nzd-pegged-claims
wait for moon

repay muppets at jan2019 nzd value

better haul than 100 years of exchange trading fees.

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March 18, 2019, 09:04:47 AM
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Are the markets back now? I checked hours ago and it's not working for me.
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March 18, 2019, 09:10:57 AM
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because your Anon behavior and pro-hair-cut sock puppets, add never publish the facts (TX the hacker generated)
reeks FOUL and suspect

>> buy low SCAM HACK..

borrow/hack
$27 LTC
$2700 BTC
$80 ETH

stall, delay, issue nzd-pegged-claims
wait for moon

repay muppets at jan2019 nzd value

better haul than 100 years of exchange trading fees.

More non sense from the exit scam spammer, you're like a broken record.
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March 18, 2019, 09:42:32 AM
Last edit: March 18, 2019, 11:43:07 AM by four3200
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Not a broken record.
I am a broke customer.
Someone stole all my coins 2 moons back, you claim, no proof given.
Where's me chicken?

No you're right making 20x-50x off 100% of $14M is total nonsense.
Like $Billion of nonsense.

No sunk cost even.  Just $14M in I.O>U. shit tokens.
No bargaining this is the deal muppets.
LOL!
the Billion $ Haircut!

What's that stench!?
smells like ...
>> 2017 sell high customer funds run fractional reserve SCAM
>> steal BTC via double-spend SCAM ... old'malability line ... cover 2018 withdraws ... opps! still short
>> buy low SCAM HACK ... jan2019
>> issue finex ious
>> off Scot free +$1B ... 2022

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https://www.linkedin.com/company/cryptopia-limited/people/
what scam shops look like
i don't see 80 employees
i see out sourced labor, and senior engineers/managers already posting new employers or deleting where they worked or soliciting "new opportunities" ... me fav FINmanager works @ 'undisclosed' ... yeah cuz he/they LOST $14M from the register ... and now suggest running exchange WITHOUT WITHDRAWS so to collect trade fees.
https://www.linkedin.com/in/tim-brocket-45b77177/
... bentheAnon fish freezer? https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-dawson-794049165/ you did says they fam  Wink

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March 18, 2019, 11:17:08 AM
Last edit: March 18, 2019, 11:30:01 AM by newaltcoin2017
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0.3 Eth converted to 51 CLM???
Oh also some BTC and LTC???
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March 18, 2019, 01:59:44 PM
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0.3 Eth converted to 51 CLM???
Oh also some BTC and LTC???

Thats right. Congratulations!!

Oh. and by the way, your ltc is converted at about $32 per ltc. Enjoy!!

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March 18, 2019, 02:01:04 PM
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0.3 Eth converted to 51 CLM???
Oh also some BTC and LTC???

Could it be that 1 CLM = 1$?
Well I guess it will depend if the overall coin prices go higher or lower.

I don't remember many hack cases and how were they handled, but I think I know how it goes...
Whenever there's a hack on the top of the prices, the companies refund their users in cryptocoins.
Whenever there's a hack on the bottom of the prices, the companies refund their users in fiat based on the date of the hack.

I don't expect Cryptopia's case to be different.

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March 18, 2019, 02:40:00 PM
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0.3 Eth converted to 51 CLM???
Oh also some BTC and LTC???

Could it be that 1 CLM = 1$?
Well I guess it will depend if the overall coin prices go higher or lower.

I don't remember many hack cases and how were they handled, but I think I know how it goes...
Whenever there's a hack on the top of the prices, the companies refund their users in cryptocoins.
Whenever there's a hack on the bottom of the prices, the companies refund their users in fiat based on the date of the hack.

I don't expect Cryptopia's case to be different.
I think the CLM coins or tokens are for just temporary. And maybe after doing all their internal research or investigation, they will refund in same coins in which they lost.
From what we are seeing they are handling and updating the situation very good
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March 18, 2019, 03:09:02 PM
Last edit: March 22, 2019, 01:07:57 PM by jhenfelipe
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WARNING: Fake Twitter Account that impersonates Cryptopia
(I know there has been a lot of warnings about this, but this account can really fool some of Cryptopia users.)

Uses same Name, Profile Picture, Banner (it's not in good quality). The only difference in username is that it uses 2 underscores and an extra i which might be missed at first glance.
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@Cryptiopia__NZ
https://twitter.com/Cryptiopia__NZ

It also retweets the tweets from the Official twitter account of Cryptopia:



And actively replying to Cryptopia users who are replying on Official Cryptopia Account tweets:





I've reported the account on Twitter (selected "They’re pretending to be me or someone else" as issue). If you still see the account, please report it too and provide the Official username of Cryptopia. Thanks!


Edit: just saw that it was mentioned here as well, I wonder why the account has not been taken down by Twitter until now. Please report.




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March 18, 2019, 03:30:43 PM
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LTC and BTC now removed from my "virtual" balance. And now I get eventually refunded in market prices from Jan14 - how overly generous!

From https://cryptonews.com/news/hacked-cryptopia-plans-compensation-scheme-3540.htm:

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In February, the company said that "worst case 9.4% of our total holdings was stolen."

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The exchange further said that “CLM is not a coin,” and that it cannot be traded yet. However, it supposedly represents the user’s loss in New Zealand dollar at the time of the hacking.

The haircut I currently see in my balance is ~21% (not amounting that i.e. LTC price doubled meantime, so I lost rather some >40%).

I expected not to get back anything from Cryptopia and so far, they really haven't disappointed me wrt this.

I don't know, but maybe we can at least expect a detailed and complete postmortem analysis on what happened, but I guess the guys are currently busy with cutting hairs of mio of customers...


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March 18, 2019, 03:40:18 PM
Last edit: March 18, 2019, 03:51:12 PM by arielbit
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0.3 Eth converted to 51 CLM???
Oh also some BTC and LTC???

Could it be that 1 CLM = 1$?
Well I guess it will depend if the overall coin prices go higher or lower.

I don't remember many hack cases and how were they handled, but I think I know how it goes...
Whenever there's a hack on the top of the prices, the companies refund their users in cryptocoins.
Whenever there's a hack on the bottom of the prices, the companies refund their users in fiat based on the date of the hack.

I don't expect Cryptopia's case to be different.
I think the CLM coins or tokens are for just temporary. And maybe after doing all their internal research or investigation, they will refund in same coins in which they lost.
From what we are seeing they are handling and updating the situation very good

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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

in $NZD??, why not just call 1 ETH .. 1 ETH? I am telling you all here they are buying your coins low heheh....poloniex hack returned users in BTC slowly but surely bit by bit.

CLM? = Cryptopia Loser Money

because that's how they look upon you users "losers" and guess what, they'll let you trade that shit on their shitty platform haha, do you even know how many they can/will issue? is there a publicly verifiable blockchain to it?...it is simply called bending over a little bit lower so they can stick that cryptopia dick in you faster and deeper haha  Grin

it is a BUY LOW SELF-HACK SCAM   folks  Wink
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March 18, 2019, 03:45:07 PM
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FYI, my BTC balance went from 0.00039384 (screencapped a week ago) to 0.00033851, which is about -16% adjustment.

So it seems more than just Ether keys were stolen.
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March 18, 2019, 05:32:49 PM
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It's open for trading a lot of coins now.

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March 18, 2019, 06:04:10 PM
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What we know so far:

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14.0489% BTC was lost in the January 2019 event
100% ETH was lost in the January 2019 event.
43.1986% LTC was lost in the January 2019 event
Every account that held these received a proportional reduction of balance.

It's an "event"?! The same lack of taking responsibility as was displayed from the very beginning.

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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.
1CLM = 1 $NZD. The value in fiat at the market low. But we did not have fiat funds. We had crypto. We should get crypto back.

The funds were in Cryptopia custody, so Cryptopia is responsible for the loss. Not the users.
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March 19, 2019, 12:41:26 AM
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Those who will trade their new "token" CLM might be considered as they were accepted agreement with Cryptopia and their refund offer valuated in NZD.

Be careful about the possible consequences of using(trading) their "token" CLM.

43% loss on LTC amount, and around 40-50% loss at LTC price growth ... did you calculate the total LTC loss? Did you compare your calculation with the 'token" CLM offer value?

I didn't have NZD, and I also want coins and tokens I bought.

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March 19, 2019, 01:11:56 AM
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I just noticed the status pages for BTC/LTC/ETH actually use the word "haircut"  Shocked


https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/CoinInfo/?coin=LTC

Currency 57% secured, 43% haircut processed, Withdrawal and Deposits offline until new hot wallets are ready


https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/CoinInfo/?coin=BTC

Currency 86% secured, 14% haircut processed, Withdrawal and Deposits offline until new hot wallets are ready


https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/CoinInfo/?coin=ETH

Currency 0% secured, 100% haircut processed, Withdrawal and Deposits offline until new hot wallets are ready
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March 19, 2019, 02:03:45 AM
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WARNING: Fake Twitter Account that impersonates Cryptopia
(I know there has been a lot of warnings about this, but this account can really fool some of Cryptopia users.)

Uses same Name, Profile Picture, Banner (it's not in good quality). The only difference in username is that it uses 2 underscores and an extra i which might be missed at first glance.
Code:
@Cryptiopia__NZ
https://twitter.com/Cryptiopia__NZ

It also retweets the tweets from the Official twitter account of Cryptopia:



And actively replying to Cryptopia users who are replying on Official Cryptopia Account tweets:





I've reported the account on Twitter (selected "They’re pretending to be me or someone else" as issue). If you still see the account, please report it too and provide the Official username of Cryptopia. Thanks!

Edit: just saw that it was mentioned here as well, I wonder why the account has not been taken down by Twitter until now. Please report.

Reported 4 days ago but still, no action was taken by Twitter. We need more people to report this account.
They are retweeting original tweet and trying to contact users. New way to scam people.
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March 19, 2019, 04:19:09 AM
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reimburse for the price at the time hack event, which is some ppl think is buy low scheme (except cryptopia can reimburse with same token & same number) ,like i lost in nicehash, sell high scheme, feel sory that ppl who lost
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