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Author Topic: [MOON] Mooncoin 🌙 51285 funded addresses. 2,162,799 txs. 5 block explorers  (Read 285034 times)
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December 29, 2017, 01:14:29 PM
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Are there currently any plans to add mooncoin to more exchanges?
Perhaps yobit is an option?
https://yobit.net/en/addcoin/


as of now mooncoin does not have any plans to any exchanges, but if the community grows the way it is doing right now it's not a dream what you are talking about Tongue. you already in the telegram group? @mooncoineco join it, invite your friends, there is a good chunk of mooncoin lovers there who can tell you much about mooncoin Smiley share the group with your social media also. awareness brings people together.

Are you new to Mooncoin? Or is that telgram-group simply uninformed?
Mooncoin always has plans to get to more exchanges. But, the exchanges decide to add or not. So if you want to see Mooncoin on more exchanges you should write to them, as only if they receive enough requests, they may eventually add MOON. And to stay on these exchanges, MOON needs to constantly have a minimum volume. The low volume on C-CEX at that time was the reason, they delisted MOON. So any new exchanges alone are not the key. Btw. www.bleutrade.com is a solid exchange and has worked together with Mooncoin for years now.

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December 29, 2017, 01:24:51 PM
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Are there currently any plans to add mooncoin to more exchanges?
Perhaps yobit is an option?
https://yobit.net/en/addcoin/


as of now mooncoin does not have any plans to any exchanges, but if the community grows the way it is doing right now it's not a dream what you are talking about Tongue. you already in the telegram group? @mooncoineco join it, invite your friends, there is a good chunk of mooncoin lovers there who can tell you much about mooncoin Smiley share the group with your social media also. awareness brings people together.

Are you new to Mooncoin? Or is that telgram-group simply uninformed?
Mooncoin always has plans to get to more exchanges. But, the exchanges decide to add or not. So if you want to see Mooncoin on more exchanges you should write to them, as only if they receive enough requests, they may eventually add MOON. And to stay on these exchanges, MOON needs to constantly have a minimum volume. The low volume on C-CEX at that time was the reason, they delisted MOON. So any new exchanges alone are not the key. Btw. www.bleutrade.com is a solid exchange and has worked together with Mooncoin for years now.
I'm new to mooncoin yes. but... what you say is what i really meant. because there are no new announcements about mooncoin joining new exchanges and that is what i thought u meant. because i know that exchanges is the last step to get on exchange. Do you know what exchanges are possible for mooncoin in the future, and i'll be sure of writing them a good letter.
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December 29, 2017, 01:28:42 PM
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Are there currently any plans to add mooncoin to more exchanges?
Perhaps yobit is an option?
https://yobit.net/en/addcoin/


i think mooncoin have a lots of people using it , and i hope we can add mooncoin to new exchange .

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Are there currently any plans to add mooncoin to more exchanges?
Perhaps yobit is an option?
https://yobit.net/en/addcoin/


as of now mooncoin does not have any plans to any exchanges, but if the community grows the way it is doing right now it's not a dream what you are talking about Tongue. you already in the telegram group? @mooncoineco join it, invite your friends, there is a good chunk of mooncoin lovers there who can tell you much about mooncoin Smiley share the group with your social media also. awareness brings people together.

Are you new to Mooncoin? Or is that telgram-group simply uninformed?
Mooncoin always has plans to get to more exchanges. But, the exchanges decide to add or not. So if you want to see Mooncoin on more exchanges you should write to them, as only if they receive enough requests, they may eventually add MOON. And to stay on these exchanges, MOON needs to constantly have a minimum volume. The low volume on C-CEX at that time was the reason, they delisted MOON. So any new exchanges alone are not the key. Btw. www.bleutrade.com is a solid exchange and has worked together with Mooncoin for years now.
I'm new to mooncoin yes. but... what you say is what i really meant. because there are no new announcements about mooncoin joining new exchanges and that is what i thought u meant. because i know that exchanges is the last step to get on exchange. Do you know what exchanges are possible for mooncoin in the future, and i'll be sure of writing them a good letter.

The most important would be Bittrex and Poloniex, because they'd bring the real volume. But for now, Mooncoin still is an "insider's tip".  Smiley

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December 29, 2017, 01:37:49 PM
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Transaction ID:

66bc09e900ad23597d52c3338c3505df6fef59fcee819b56a7eb68fab7a2c117


Reporting in

The list of the stuck transactions via ~/mooncoin/src/mooncoin-cli getrawmempool or Mooncoin GUI-wallet--> console --> command: getrawmempool:

[
  "17aa04bbe3985f059e410e6ffead7d96262495de330b652474f6c1f74adcd236",
  "7a362fa0b7c23a3c10f962913a53f4c23c4a54a84c736f2bc15152211c09383e",
  "7103a7f344711a8f387c1ed2b5075610f2c7f20892fb66cebac6a0cd4ea60fb8",
  "8df0e4d7f7dedddb2474a543dff2a49149e9b6c313750cf8162962ce2946cf5b",
  "cbf86f4294f3698bd01eff44b72c73d2119be168ee779775cc1e43fdf546b11f",
  "ab0d7873c1ed36b0e19a52cf63f8255301826fea69e2d7297bf8171f9a92c160",
  "dd457e81efed02ff2e14d8396c3c908c8eb11da52081444443d29d9c4b9c8c7f",
  "4e9bc8ee6d063d5e0088e5b4ac89b6c10984f53d36e8d1d3c04f63ec01f1a410",
  "d0b41ab5e303f1b392b3b88eb7797016fb81d31fbc621aabc6ad062911017ee6",
  "ea0dbc6e282a6bcebb538e36cce5f16e2d6ee7c5e506085befcefc8bee0c8294",
  "3f3e9874f65b611fa829a1a0d42bcb781731c42ec9b4dde7bd42eb07ffdb95f7",
  "271ea0b4af35aae97b281c223ce360a4a9fb8ecd5e522e244b32d29552c958cb",
  "d18f1fe1ae34a826bed06fa10ce352eaf97569521113e5dcea17afc84ba2694c",
  "b1fcf66f2591d3be24e78e92e5a43c7b55aa50611b3fc51ba956b45f89589c3e",
  "42446df57ab504c62a8bd18cea56744134d942e726e28f38ab6d895136ee8032",
  "a355e914a9242d75af0fcd45b8dcc73abb91a9c581553313a8744e9bc2878f2d",
  "7b35db1ff0169272f914dd741203e44d4eb07dcbcb295545e9dd36c24e88c84c",
  "bb3a1b422c7b5c3a5c36fe268c46221907cefaac1e2bc0f9a893253c30bc0bf2",
  "f77e6ee08af76c273945cc4efc34f4cdc88453dce6a24110ce229c208488052d",
  "66bc09e900ad23597d52c3338c3505df6fef59fcee819b56a7eb68fab7a2c117",
  "0616c84249263aabff0a0e1c2b31f31ff7120825e23fabb17a136cb518651d69",
  "ba2e12c233e709b710092078d8e8ef0d5b3969a819115627575840b3155c4456",
  "fd6bed14700bbaa0512c618ac978e5e30a9bed33ad77329fe7385c13824ebd2f",
  "b2c44b19d26d8e8727327883b8cd74e574be5ff81ef33a84dc9c65ff4cf1b938",
  "de8d5cf228c7043c1ffdf53d03e018105445e7765ae83a639d0f7afae831ee51",
  "4aac199f0414ddbf27e26c440f0857817abdb20c8417d98c0de6f12a889366da",
  "eb3418a1881c612bc6b5a8852b65485e7ab4bca410e6f7640e6888931e8c7e57",
  "82c0a989de855aa08d34f1ee5c5b9c95aa2a211257bdf471da59ddf7c5302ddc",
  "aadc3584fa23e7a7479d24ca86a848e9e8e70847dae3310ba04d6ced5ef16145",
  "d270873a089589f2da4172c2eea8cd59109062f2ff24f47638b99dfa53e931f7",
  "95467a7f7f4379e62c80291b96e6ad7786b5a5260fa2aa61d47bc1b1427af8f5",
  "8707bcd8e9f9699ec1f60b1e896f7436d3b41ee68822ef912b33a6af74a2cfec",
  "0694ea75787ac29d51443487f576e03cafc16cceadf965b92c558fbf0fb5d5df",
  "e0bc2b67c89a84fb35e0c1e21b3e699128265151273d68058602148ccc5dfadb",
  "ebb11eafc39c3d0929c99adc741e5c951ba2715ba5bf69d93444bafc4ec276db",
  "88573c56f623cb9f2f0db31ed9932d6ba74383efee32edd9cafb5c968626d5d4",
  "af3f072f2291a0ad0be9926e34f1a007df933f6be3c3b3269fcf3079406516ba",
  "d710d0a819640042f20c5f752cceb276d81257897c5acb26981125bae17cba91",
  "5432c86a092bfe99aa7dd33d93bf3c3be1cbd6a8a88eae923da7f5fcb23f298e",
  "192ef08c3eb0eb4e1fbb2f3997d28768566f8d99ba7fba94d4487eb3102a8a76",
  "ee00f4f2ffabb09530a7d46cc341932aade36f5553cdb37e64f77bed2c531e6e",
  "ec714ac4b922287d8ee688868a48445b469906268110cf401d67a94fe2cc6e52",
  "0d145b35b6dd0428f24a68cb453132d83dc71fb486ca8de9e75011b0e85e253a",
  "0197bc7f8258c5b446f5e98c48744bc5db9fda2c201e95ea38566101ec113329"
]


So yours is in it too.

Have you tried this?

For those who have stucked transactions:

You could try to use -zapwallettxes as an option on the startup of the wallet.
For security, backup your wallet first.

See here on how to apply zapwallettxes on Windows:
http://cryptomining-blog.com/tag/zapwallettxes/
https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/45988/how-do-you-apply-zapwallettxes-on-windows

Only replace bitcoin with mooncoin in the paths of those instructions. And don't forget to remove the option after you applied it, so that the wallet gets restarted in the normal way, the next time.

And again: backup your wallet.dat, before applying this. It should do no harm, but better safe than sorry.

Please report back, if you tried this, on how it worked.

Edit:
Of course this only works, if you were the sender of the transaction. If you are waiting on a tx from another sender, e.g. an exchange, then you should contact them to solve it by applying this to their wallet.

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December 29, 2017, 01:41:55 PM
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For those who have stucked transactions:

You could try to use -zapwallettxes as an option on the startup of the wallet.
For security, backup your wallet first.

See here on how to apply zapwallettxes on Windows:
http://cryptomining-blog.com/tag/zapwallettxes/
https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/45988/how-do-you-apply-zapwallettxes-on-windows

Only replace bitcoin with mooncoin in the paths of those instructions. And don't forget to remove the option after you applied it, so that the wallet gets restarted in the normal way, the next time.

And again: backup your wallet.dat, before applying this. It should do no harm, but better safe than sorry.

Please report back, if you tried this, on how it worked.

Edit:
Of course this only works, if you were the sender of the transaction. If you are waiting on a tx from another sender, e.g. an exchange, then you should contact them to solve it by applying this to their wallet.

The coins are back in the wallet but if i send them again, the new transaction is still unconfirmed. "0/unconfirmed, in memory pool, broadcast through 6 node(s)"
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December 29, 2017, 02:01:33 PM
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For those who have stucked transactions:

You could try to use -zapwallettxes as an option on the startup of the wallet.
For security, backup your wallet first.

See here on how to apply zapwallettxes on Windows:
http://cryptomining-blog.com/tag/zapwallettxes/
https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/45988/how-do-you-apply-zapwallettxes-on-windows

Only replace bitcoin with mooncoin in the paths of those instructions. And don't forget to remove the option after you applied it, so that the wallet gets restarted in the normal way, the next time.

And again: backup your wallet.dat, before applying this. It should do no harm, but better safe than sorry.

Please report back, if you tried this, on how it worked.

Edit:
Of course this only works, if you were the sender of the transaction. If you are waiting on a tx from another sender, e.g. an exchange, then you should contact them to solve it by applying this to their wallet.

The coins are back in the wallet but if i send them again, the new transaction is still unconfirmed. "0/unconfirmed, in memory pool, broadcast through 6 node(s)"

What fee do you choose?

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December 29, 2017, 02:09:50 PM
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For those who have stucked transactions:

You could try to use -zapwallettxes as an option on the startup of the wallet.
For security, backup your wallet first.

See here on how to apply zapwallettxes on Windows:
http://cryptomining-blog.com/tag/zapwallettxes/
https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/45988/how-do-you-apply-zapwallettxes-on-windows

Only replace bitcoin with mooncoin in the paths of those instructions. And don't forget to remove the option after you applied it, so that the wallet gets restarted in the normal way, the next time.

And again: backup your wallet.dat, before applying this. It should do no harm, but better safe than sorry.

Please report back, if you tried this, on how it worked.

Edit:
Of course this only works, if you were the sender of the transaction. If you are waiting on a tx from another sender, e.g. an exchange, then you should contact them to solve it by applying this to their wallet.

The coins are back in the wallet but if i send them again, the new transaction is still unconfirmed. "0/unconfirmed, in memory pool, broadcast through 6 node(s)"

What fee do you choose?

1 moon/kilobyte, 0.1 tx fee
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For those who have stucked transactions:

You could try to use -zapwallettxes as an option on the startup of the wallet.
For security, backup your wallet first.

See here on how to apply zapwallettxes on Windows:
http://cryptomining-blog.com/tag/zapwallettxes/
https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/45988/how-do-you-apply-zapwallettxes-on-windows

Only replace bitcoin with mooncoin in the paths of those instructions. And don't forget to remove the option after you applied it, so that the wallet gets restarted in the normal way, the next time.

And again: backup your wallet.dat, before applying this. It should do no harm, but better safe than sorry.

Please report back, if you tried this, on how it worked.

Edit:
Of course this only works, if you were the sender of the transaction. If you are waiting on a tx from another sender, e.g. an exchange, then you should contact them to solve it by applying this to their wallet.

The coins are back in the wallet but if i send them again, the new transaction is still unconfirmed. "0/unconfirmed, in memory pool, broadcast through 6 node(s)"

What fee do you choose?

1 moon/kilobyte, 0.1 tx fee

Should be OK.
Let's wait what Vassilis has to say about it.

Have you tried zapwalletxes and waiting a longer time after resending the coins, because the old tx would have to be cleared from the mempool of all nodes on the network first, otherwise the resend could possibly be interpreted as a doublespend and be denied altogether by other peers.

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December 29, 2017, 02:27:12 PM
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December 29, 2017, 02:38:12 PM
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For those who have stucked transactions:

You could try to use -zapwallettxes as an option on the startup of the wallet.
For security, backup your wallet first.

See here on how to apply zapwallettxes on Windows:
http://cryptomining-blog.com/tag/zapwallettxes/
https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/45988/how-do-you-apply-zapwallettxes-on-windows

Only replace bitcoin with mooncoin in the paths of those instructions. And don't forget to remove the option after you applied it, so that the wallet gets restarted in the normal way, the next time.

And again: backup your wallet.dat, before applying this. It should do no harm, but better safe than sorry.

Please report back, if you tried this, on how it worked.

Edit:
Of course this only works, if you were the sender of the transaction. If you are waiting on a tx from another sender, e.g. an exchange, then you should contact them to solve it by applying this to their wallet.

The coins are back in the wallet but if i send them again, the new transaction is still unconfirmed. "0/unconfirmed, in memory pool, broadcast through 6 node(s)"

What fee do you choose?

1 moon/kilobyte, 0.1 tx fee

Should be OK.
Let's wait what Vassilis has to say about it.

Have you tried zapwalletxes and waiting a longer time after resending the coins, because the old tx would have to be cleared from the mempool of all nodes on the network first, otherwise the resend could possibly be interpreted as a doublespend and be denied altogether by other peers.

I sent after 5 min. Should i try zapwallettxes again and wait for more?
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December 29, 2017, 02:42:45 PM
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For those who have stucked transactions:

You could try to use -zapwallettxes as an option on the startup of the wallet.
For security, backup your wallet first.

See here on how to apply zapwallettxes on Windows:
http://cryptomining-blog.com/tag/zapwallettxes/
https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/45988/how-do-you-apply-zapwallettxes-on-windows

Only replace bitcoin with mooncoin in the paths of those instructions. And don't forget to remove the option after you applied it, so that the wallet gets restarted in the normal way, the next time.

And again: backup your wallet.dat, before applying this. It should do no harm, but better safe than sorry.

Please report back, if you tried this, on how it worked.

Edit:
Of course this only works, if you were the sender of the transaction. If you are waiting on a tx from another sender, e.g. an exchange, then you should contact them to solve it by applying this to their wallet.

The coins are back in the wallet but if i send them again, the new transaction is still unconfirmed. "0/unconfirmed, in memory pool, broadcast through 6 node(s)"

What fee do you choose?

1 moon/kilobyte, 0.1 tx fee

Should be OK.
Let's wait what Vassilis has to say about it.

Have you tried zapwalletxes and waiting a longer time after resending the coins, because the old tx would have to be cleared from the mempool of all nodes on the network first, otherwise the resend could possibly be interpreted as a doublespend and be denied altogether by other peers.

I sent after 5 min. Should i try zapwallettxes again and wait for more?


Try to wait for a day or more, and see again. Try getrawmempool in the console and check, whether the old tx-number is still there.

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December 29, 2017, 06:53:52 PM
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Are there currently any plans to add mooncoin to more exchanges?
Perhaps yobit is an option?
https://yobit.net/en/addcoin/


as of now mooncoin does not have any plans to any exchanges, but if the community grows the way it is doing right now it's not a dream what you are talking about Tongue. you already in the telegram group? @mooncoineco join it, invite your friends, there is a good chunk of mooncoin lovers there who can tell you much about mooncoin Smiley share the group with your social media also. awareness brings people together.

Are you new to Mooncoin? Or is that telgram-group simply uninformed?
Mooncoin always has plans to get to more exchanges. But, the exchanges decide to add or not. So if you want to see Mooncoin on more exchanges you should write to them, as only if they receive enough requests, they may eventually add MOON. And to stay on these exchanges, MOON needs to constantly have a minimum volume. The low volume on C-CEX at that time was the reason, they delisted MOON. So any new exchanges alone are not the key. Btw. www.bleutrade.com is a solid exchange and has worked together with Mooncoin for years now.
I'm new to mooncoin yes. but... what you say is what i really meant. because there are no new announcements about mooncoin joining new exchanges and that is what i thought u meant. because i know that exchanges is the last step to get on exchange. Do you know what exchanges are possible for mooncoin in the future, and i'll be sure of writing them a good letter.

The most important would be Bittrex and Poloniex, because they'd bring the real volume. But for now, Mooncoin still is an "insider's tip".  Smiley

poloniex and bittrex are flooded due to increased activity and do not accept new users lately,
I think we can have chances to add moon to Binance, now number 1 exchange. (Changpeng Zhao -ceo and founder - is our @mooncoinitalia Facebook friends...).

Mooncoin Community Bitcointalk Fund address : 2PPCns8TpTpPnszNHXJ79ANnjcwtrrkEiD
Web wallet : https://cointopay.com , Mooncoin web : http://mooncoin.com |
http://twitter.com/mooncoinitalia , https://www.facebook.com/mooncoin.italia/
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December 29, 2017, 06:59:48 PM
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Are there currently any plans to add mooncoin to more exchanges?
Perhaps yobit is an option?
https://yobit.net/en/addcoin/


as of now mooncoin does not have any plans to any exchanges, but if the community grows the way it is doing right now it's not a dream what you are talking about Tongue. you already in the telegram group? @mooncoineco join it, invite your friends, there is a good chunk of mooncoin lovers there who can tell you much about mooncoin Smiley share the group with your social media also. awareness brings people together.

Are you new to Mooncoin? Or is that telgram-group simply uninformed?
Mooncoin always has plans to get to more exchanges. But, the exchanges decide to add or not. So if you want to see Mooncoin on more exchanges you should write to them, as only if they receive enough requests, they may eventually add MOON. And to stay on these exchanges, MOON needs to constantly have a minimum volume. The low volume on C-CEX at that time was the reason, they delisted MOON. So any new exchanges alone are not the key. Btw. www.bleutrade.com is a solid exchange and has worked together with Mooncoin for years now.
I'm new to mooncoin yes. but... what you say is what i really meant. because there are no new announcements about mooncoin joining new exchanges and that is what i thought u meant. because i know that exchanges is the last step to get on exchange. Do you know what exchanges are possible for mooncoin in the future, and i'll be sure of writing them a good letter.

The most important would be Bittrex and Poloniex, because they'd bring the real volume. But for now, Mooncoin still is an "insider's tip".  Smiley

poloniex and bittrex are flooded due to increased activity and do not accept new users lately,
I think we can have chances to add moon to Binance, now number 1 exchange. (Changpeng Zhao -ceo and founder - is our @mooncoinitalia Facebook friends...).

Yeah binance is indeed the better option atm. I searched up few exchanges and have the same results as u coming with. no new users.
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December 29, 2017, 07:05:34 PM
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Interesting project  Smiley
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December 29, 2017, 09:08:44 PM
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MoonCoin on Binance it would be great!
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December 29, 2017, 09:16:45 PM
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Are there currently any plans to add mooncoin to more exchanges?
Perhaps yobit is an option?
https://yobit.net/en/addcoin/


as of now mooncoin does not have any plans to any exchanges, but if the community grows the way it is doing right now it's not a dream what you are talking about Tongue. you already in the telegram group? @mooncoineco join it, invite your friends, there is a good chunk of mooncoin lovers there who can tell you much about mooncoin Smiley share the group with your social media also. awareness brings people together.

Are you new to Mooncoin? Or is that telgram-group simply uninformed?
Mooncoin always has plans to get to more exchanges. But, the exchanges decide to add or not. So if you want to see Mooncoin on more exchanges you should write to them, as only if they receive enough requests, they may eventually add MOON. And to stay on these exchanges, MOON needs to constantly have a minimum volume. The low volume on C-CEX at that time was the reason, they delisted MOON. So any new exchanges alone are not the key. Btw. www.bleutrade.com is a solid exchange and has worked together with Mooncoin for years now.
I'm new to mooncoin yes. but... what you say is what i really meant. because there are no new announcements about mooncoin joining new exchanges and that is what i thought u meant. because i know that exchanges is the last step to get on exchange. Do you know what exchanges are possible for mooncoin in the future, and i'll be sure of writing them a good letter.

The most important would be Bittrex and Poloniex, because they'd bring the real volume. But for now, Mooncoin still is an "insider's tip".  Smiley

poloniex and bittrex are flooded due to increased activity and do not accept new users lately,
I think we can have chances to add moon to Binance, now number 1 exchange. (Changpeng Zhao -ceo and founder - is our @mooncoinitalia Facebook friends...).

Yeah binance is indeed the better option atm. I searched up few exchanges and have the same results as u coming with. no new users.

Poloniex is soon going to start requiring all users to submit scans of passports like bittrex is already doing.

https://poloniex.com/press-releases/2017.12.27-Notice-to-legacy-account-holders/

A lot of traders won't trust poloniex with such sensitive documents and will go elsewhere, like to binance.
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December 29, 2017, 10:29:47 PM
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I wouldn't submit personal documents to an exchange,   Would be great for mooncoin to be on Binance Smiley
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December 29, 2017, 10:37:51 PM
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Wallet fors windows please ?
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December 29, 2017, 11:51:47 PM
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Wallet fors windows please ?

Hi welcome to you, salut nerofr :

https://github.com/mooncoincore/wallet/releases

Enjoy your Moon coins with this fresh new wallet 😇


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