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May 12, 2017, 09:00:20 AM
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So great to see this coin come back from the dead  Grin  what is the best miner for gtx 1080 cards?  also i would like to buy back into this coin, safest place to buy?

Miner: for linux or windows (if you want to compile it yourself) see my signature. There is a ready made windows build of djm34 version in the first post.
Exchances: bter and bx are working (btc38 still has a stuck wallet), novaexchange is new and should be up in hours!

Thanks for the fast reply!  windows;  i am currently using the old n7v6 ccminer.  what is the expected kh/s  for a 1080/1070 on the newer builds?  i have no idea how to compile  Undecided

I think you should try this one:

https://github.com/djm34/ccminer-msvc2015/releases


Trying it now. Thanks again dev!
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May 12, 2017, 02:26:35 PM
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The https://novaexchange.com exchange is ready for XCN transactions on the line. Very nice。

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May 12, 2017, 02:51:29 PM
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The https://novaexchange.com exchange is ready for XCN transactions on the line. Very nice。

It is in "Processing" status, not ready yet.

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May 12, 2017, 02:59:13 PM
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The https://novaexchange.com exchange is ready for XCN transactions on the line. Very nice。

It is in "Processing" status, not ready yet.

BTC38 how's the talk over there? Are they still testing XCN?


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May 12, 2017, 03:02:03 PM
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The https://novaexchange.com exchange is ready for XCN transactions on the line. Very nice。

It is in "Processing" status, not ready yet.

BTC38 how's the talk over there? Are they still testing XCN?

I think they are busy with support: recently they have 100x more tickets than usual.

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May 12, 2017, 05:48:00 PM
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Unexpected news.
That is what answered me in btc38 support:
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We're doing the final test, which will restore automatic functionality in the next few days. Please wait.

I went to the BX to remove my cheap sell-orders  Tongue
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May 12, 2017, 05:56:44 PM
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Unexpected news.
That is what answered me in btc38 support:
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We're doing the final test, which will restore automatic functionality in the next few days. Please wait.

I went to the BX to remove my cheap sell-orders  Tongue

to BTC38 lies = I do not believe them anything anymore, they are scammers liars, more 6 months saying that if they are now working in it, and then another lie more.

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May 12, 2017, 05:59:41 PM
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I do not believe them anything anymore, they are scammers liars, more 6 months saying that if they are now in it, and then another lie more.
Today they did not wish a happy life to me Smiley
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May 12, 2017, 06:06:25 PM
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to BTC38 lies = I do not believe them anything anymore, they are scammers liars, more 6 months saying that if they are now working in it, and then another lie more.

As I mentioned earlier, I don't think that keeping the wallet frozen would benefit them. They just set low-priority on this problem. Now, after they found out how to use blockchain snapshot (hopefully) nothing should stop them from fixing the wallet and make our lives happy again Smiley
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May 12, 2017, 06:25:53 PM
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BTC38 is a liar. They manipulate XCN prices by using developers to fix their wallets. Don't expect them to open their savings and withdrawals. Their customer service is out of the question.

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May 12, 2017, 07:26:17 PM
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I do not believe them anything anymore, they are scammers liars, more 6 months saying that if they are now in it, and then another lie more.
Today they did not wish a happy life to me Smiley

I think this is a good sign  Grin

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May 12, 2017, 07:44:55 PM
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Unexpected news.
That is what answered me in btc38 support:
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We're doing the final test, which will restore automatic functionality in the next few days. Please wait.

I went to the BX to remove my cheap sell-orders  Tongue

to BTC38 lies = I do not believe them anything anymore, they are scammers liars, more 6 months saying that if they are now working in it, and then another lie more.

i think we did not have any dev five of those six months Wink
and i trust btc38 more then polo
They could delist xcn like polo and kill it but they did not

 

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May 13, 2017, 07:00:59 AM
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i dislike how half the worlds hashrate comes from 2 people ...... edit........ 3 actually but majority from 1 lad , thats some good mining setup lol... least m7 cant be rented thank fark for that .

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May 13, 2017, 09:49:18 PM
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got some hash here to, btw  Wink i guess the miner knows his roi,  lol. all the time did know this to. lol.
but then again, whos not in even now on xcn, this thread is filled a lot of other threads showing love, guys in there i mean,

nova got us at third on the list to be available on the trading, a day or so,

then bt38 their last good news on all at around xcn, so positive,

so buy gpu's mine this thing, lot's to be able mined still tough,.

i guess seeing the list of delisted coins the thing i know around some those should be there, and last but not least difficult wallet, that
it had must been. on polo. so the guys might still be around there, even though the new listing, i hope to see a list again,

like most exchanges that closed down a list, The Bitcoin Market - On February 6, 2010, the very first bitcoin exchange was established by Bitcointalk user dwdollar. After getting “scammed” by Paypal in June of that year, and subsequently removing the option to accept paypal from the site, the market quickly dwindled into obscurity, and MtGox rose to overtake it. It is not known when their last day of trading was.

MtGox - The most famous exchange implosion of them all was the Tokyo-based exchange, Magic The Gathering Online eXchange. Established by Jed McCaleb on July 2010, and sold to Mark Karpelès on March 6, 2011, the exchange was built for trading playing cards. At it’s peak Gox handled approximately 70% of all bitcoin transactions. It's’ death spiral began in February 2014, when the company suspended trading, closed its website, and filed for bankruptcy protection while 850,000 bitcoins evaporated from customers, valued at more than US$450 million at the time. CEO Mark Karpelès has been arrested by the Japanese police a couple of times for his part in this, and remains in jail to this day. The majority of the missing funds remain unaccounted for.

Tradehill - Founded June 8, 2011, Tradehill was the #2 exchange after to MtGox for almost a year. On February 13, 2012, the exchange announced it was shutting down, citing regulatory problems, the loss of US$100,000, and a dispute with a payment processor as contributing factors.

Bitcoin-Central - This Paris-based exchange launched on December 29, 2010. It was the first to operate within European regulations, and to guarantee the fiat deposits of its users. The exchange struggled for several years before shutting down due to a lack of interest.

Bitcoinica - Launched on September 8, 2011, the site suffered a significant financial loss on March 1st, 2012, when a web host had an internal security breach that gave the attacker access to the wallet in which Bitcoinica stored funds. More than 43,000 bitcoins were stolen by the attacker. The operator provided a statement that reserves were sufficient to cover the loss, but on On May 11, 2012 Bitcoinica suffered another security incident in which its hot wallet was emptied again, leading to its’ immediate shutdown. 

Bitstake - Nigeria-based BitStake recently announced, on October 14, that its platform would shut down, after operating for only 10 months. Without stating a closure date, the company advised customers to withdraw coins by October 30, referring them to another exchange in Nigeria, NairaEx.

Crypto-Trade -  Not to be confused with the still-breathing CryptoTrade exchange, this trading platform, owned by Esecurity SA, was unveiled in March 2013. The platform sold bitcoin-based shares for BTC or LTC, and claimed to issue dividends. However, after claiming to have suffered losses, and unable to pay its expenditures, the company closed its doors in January 2015, never to be seen again.

Intersango -  Intersango was a no-fee exchange offering multiple trading markets for bitcoins and multiple currencies, operated by Bitcoin Consultancy. This exchange was launched on July 6, 2011, but a little over a year later, on December 19, 2012, it closed its BTC/GBP market, citing its inability to re-establish a UK banking relationship.

FXBTC - A small Chinese exchange, and a registered company of Shanghai Yao Chi Network Technology Co., established on November 26, 2013. After making losses, the company announced its closure, but promised to stay open until May 10 the next year. Frustratingly, the site closed a day earlier, denying angry customers of their money and no more customer service.

Bitcoin Brasil - Announced on March 31st, 2011, this was the first market for the exchange of Bitcoins and Brazilian Real. It is unclear exactly when they closed down.

BitMarket.eu - Announced April 5th, 2012, this multi-exchange order matching market service did well at first, but was prone to operator dishonesty like so many others. After increasingly degraded service, on December 21, 2012, the operator shared that the customer's funds had been used for speculation, and that nearly 20,000 BTC of its customer's funds were lost.

Bitfloor - Announced in February 2012, Bitfloor was the first FinCEN-registered Bitcoin currency exchange and trading platform, headquartered in the state of New York. On September 3, 2012, it was hacked for 24,000 BTC, valued at approximately US$250,000 when the theft took place. Compromised servers resulted in access to encrypted backup files of wallet keys. Operations resumed until April 17, 2013, but when the partner bank closed Bitfloor’s account they were forced to shut down for good.

Bitomat -  The first polish exchange went online on April 4, 2011. On July 26, 2011, Bitomat reported 17,000 client Bitcoins were missing, after it lost access to its wallet.dat file. It was acquired by Mt. Gox shortly soon after, on August 11, 2011.

Britcoin – Opened for trading on April 17, 2013, and was the first market accepting British Pound Sterling (GBP). As of August 2011, Britcoin rebranded itself as Intersango, now also defunct.

Vault of Satoshi - A Canada-based Bitcoin exchange, VoS officially launched in October 2013 trumpeting it’s provably auditable paper-trail, which was revolutionary at the time. The exchange closed its doors on February 5 2015. The founders claimed to have moved on to work on a booming new business venture.

Kapiton - A Swedish exchange trading platform site, launched for a limited client base on April 18, 2012. However, it started experiencing problems with payments in November 2013, prompting Reddit users to call it “a scam.”

WeExchange - Also known as Weex, is a bitcoin currency exchange and trading platform launched in Dec 2012. Although the website is still up, the last volume on this exchange was on November 26, 2013.

UpBit - Launched In September 2013, this Russian crypto/fiat exchange was reportedly shut down, according to Bitcoin Talk users.

CoinEX - A Russian exchange Launched in July 2013. Lasting almost a year, in March 2014 the company claimed its wallet got hacked and all of their bitcoins were stolen. By Dec 2015 the site went missing, and the service was pronounced another scam by Bitcointalk users.

Cryptorush - CryptoRush was a multi-currency exchange launched in February 2014, around the same time as BlackCoin. In March, the company announced that their BlackCoin was stolen by some users, caused by a bug in the BlackCoin daemon. Only a month later, a Reddit user, claiming to be a former employee of the company, wrote a divulging post on how much of a scam this exchange was, detailing a string of eye-opening information.

McxNOW - Launched in September 2013, McxNOW was a digital currency exchange. The company claimed that all balances earn interest of 25% of all profits. Naturally, the site went missing, claiming  a “maintenance period” beginning November 15, 2014.

MintPal - In July 2014, the company reported that it had been hacked, losing a large amount of VeriCoin. In October 2014, the company operating Mintpal, Moolah, said that Mintpal is shutting down. Many users on Bitcoin Talk posted that Mintpal CEO was a scam, reporting missing funds left on MintPal. In February 2015, the sites owner, Ryan Kennedy, was arrested over the theft of 3,700 Bitcoins.

SwissCEX - Seven months ago, Swisscex closed down, even though the company claims 100% solvency.

Prelude - Prelude posted on their website that it's currently up as a technology preview for people to try some low volume trades prior to the site going live. The debate still rages around whether or not Prelude, and owner Moolah, are guilty of being scammers or not.

LibertyBit - Launched in February 2013, Vancouver-based LibertyBit announced a temporary suspension of trade in June 2013, never to be heard from again.

Comkort - Estonian based exchange Comkort finished its Beta testing in March 2014. In July, the company ceased operation.

AllCrypt - In March 2015, AllCrypt.com went down, and the owner cited wordpress exploitation, losing a small amount of customer funds.

Coin-Swap - In March 2015 Coin-Swap.net announced by Twitter that it will be shutting down.

Melotic - In May 2014 a Hong Kong-based startup, Melotic, announced closing its digital asset exchange, due to lack of sufficient growth.

BitYes -  Integrated with Huobi on Aug 31st.

Yacuna - Yacuna was a UK-based, regulated European Cryptocurrency exchange. Trading Bitcoin, Litecoin and Dogecoin for Euro and GBP. The company announced closure on October 13 and will be officially closed on November 15, 2015.

Virtex - Open July 2014, Virtex was a platform that traded several currencies, but then turned out to be another “scam” early this year.

Excoin - In February, the company announced that it was hacked and in March, the platform announced that they are preparing for a relaunch of the new Excoin trading platform.

Bitspark - A Hong Kong-based Bitcoin exchange that announced at the end of April 2015 that it was closing its exchange to focus on its remittance services.

Coin.Mx - Announced in late 2013, according to an FBI document, Coin.mx was a Mexican bitcoin exchange caught scamming, its’ founders were charged in July 2015. The FBI charged two Florida men, Anthony R. Murgio and Yuri Lebedev, for operating an underground, unlicensed bitcoin exchange, in violation of federal anti-money laundering (AML) laws and regulations.

Harborly - Texas-based exchange Harborly launched early this year, and by August announced that it is closing down, citing that the shutdown "has not been prompted by a hack, by fraudulent activity, or by a security-related incident." The company stated that a new venture had gained traction, therefore, it is in the process of finding an acquirer.

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Another pump Wink
Price in btc38 is 450 sat and in bter is 160 sat








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got some hash here to, btw  Wink i guess the miner knows his roi,  lol. all the time did know this to. lol.
but then again, whos not in even now on xcn, this thread is filled a lot of other threads showing love, guys in there i mean,

nova got us at third on the list to be available on the trading, a day or so,

then bt38 their last good news on all at around xcn, so positive,

so buy gpu's mine this thing, lot's to be able mined still tough,.

i guess seeing the list of delisted coins the thing i know around some those should be there, and last but not least difficult wallet, that
it had must been. on polo. so the guys might still be around there, even though the new listing, i hope to see a list again,

like most exchanges that closed down a list, The Bitcoin Market - On February 6, 2010, the very first bitcoin exchange was established by Bitcointalk user dwdollar. After getting “scammed” by Paypal in June of that year, and subsequently removing the option to accept paypal from the site, the market quickly dwindled into obscurity, and MtGox rose to overtake it. It is not known when their last day of trading was.

MtGox - The most famous exchange implosion of them all was the Tokyo-based exchange, Magic The Gathering Online eXchange. Established by Jed McCaleb on July 2010, and sold to Mark Karpelès on March 6, 2011, the exchange was built for trading playing cards. At it’s peak Gox handled approximately 70% of all bitcoin transactions. It's’ death spiral began in February 2014, when the company suspended trading, closed its website, and filed for bankruptcy protection while 850,000 bitcoins evaporated from customers, valued at more than US$450 million at the time. CEO Mark Karpelès has been arrested by the Japanese police a couple of times for his part in this, and remains in jail to this day. The majority of the missing funds remain unaccounted for.

Tradehill - Founded June 8, 2011, Tradehill was the #2 exchange after to MtGox for almost a year. On February 13, 2012, the exchange announced it was shutting down, citing regulatory problems, the loss of US$100,000, and a dispute with a payment processor as contributing factors.

Bitcoin-Central - This Paris-based exchange launched on December 29, 2010. It was the first to operate within European regulations, and to guarantee the fiat deposits of its users. The exchange struggled for several years before shutting down due to a lack of interest.

Bitcoinica - Launched on September 8, 2011, the site suffered a significant financial loss on March 1st, 2012, when a web host had an internal security breach that gave the attacker access to the wallet in which Bitcoinica stored funds. More than 43,000 bitcoins were stolen by the attacker. The operator provided a statement that reserves were sufficient to cover the loss, but on On May 11, 2012 Bitcoinica suffered another security incident in which its hot wallet was emptied again, leading to its’ immediate shutdown. 

Bitstake - Nigeria-based BitStake recently announced, on October 14, that its platform would shut down, after operating for only 10 months. Without stating a closure date, the company advised customers to withdraw coins by October 30, referring them to another exchange in Nigeria, NairaEx.

Crypto-Trade -  Not to be confused with the still-breathing CryptoTrade exchange, this trading platform, owned by Esecurity SA, was unveiled in March 2013. The platform sold bitcoin-based shares for BTC or LTC, and claimed to issue dividends. However, after claiming to have suffered losses, and unable to pay its expenditures, the company closed its doors in January 2015, never to be seen again.

Intersango -  Intersango was a no-fee exchange offering multiple trading markets for bitcoins and multiple currencies, operated by Bitcoin Consultancy. This exchange was launched on July 6, 2011, but a little over a year later, on December 19, 2012, it closed its BTC/GBP market, citing its inability to re-establish a UK banking relationship.

FXBTC - A small Chinese exchange, and a registered company of Shanghai Yao Chi Network Technology Co., established on November 26, 2013. After making losses, the company announced its closure, but promised to stay open until May 10 the next year. Frustratingly, the site closed a day earlier, denying angry customers of their money and no more customer service.

Bitcoin Brasil - Announced on March 31st, 2011, this was the first market for the exchange of Bitcoins and Brazilian Real. It is unclear exactly when they closed down.

BitMarket.eu - Announced April 5th, 2012, this multi-exchange order matching market service did well at first, but was prone to operator dishonesty like so many others. After increasingly degraded service, on December 21, 2012, the operator shared that the customer's funds had been used for speculation, and that nearly 20,000 BTC of its customer's funds were lost.

Bitfloor - Announced in February 2012, Bitfloor was the first FinCEN-registered Bitcoin currency exchange and trading platform, headquartered in the state of New York. On September 3, 2012, it was hacked for 24,000 BTC, valued at approximately US$250,000 when the theft took place. Compromised servers resulted in access to encrypted backup files of wallet keys. Operations resumed until April 17, 2013, but when the partner bank closed Bitfloor’s account they were forced to shut down for good.

Bitomat -  The first polish exchange went online on April 4, 2011. On July 26, 2011, Bitomat reported 17,000 client Bitcoins were missing, after it lost access to its wallet.dat file. It was acquired by Mt. Gox shortly soon after, on August 11, 2011.

Britcoin – Opened for trading on April 17, 2013, and was the first market accepting British Pound Sterling (GBP). As of August 2011, Britcoin rebranded itself as Intersango, now also defunct.

Vault of Satoshi - A Canada-based Bitcoin exchange, VoS officially launched in October 2013 trumpeting it’s provably auditable paper-trail, which was revolutionary at the time. The exchange closed its doors on February 5 2015. The founders claimed to have moved on to work on a booming new business venture.

Kapiton - A Swedish exchange trading platform site, launched for a limited client base on April 18, 2012. However, it started experiencing problems with payments in November 2013, prompting Reddit users to call it “a scam.”

WeExchange - Also known as Weex, is a bitcoin currency exchange and trading platform launched in Dec 2012. Although the website is still up, the last volume on this exchange was on November 26, 2013.

UpBit - Launched In September 2013, this Russian crypto/fiat exchange was reportedly shut down, according to Bitcoin Talk users.

CoinEX - A Russian exchange Launched in July 2013. Lasting almost a year, in March 2014 the company claimed its wallet got hacked and all of their bitcoins were stolen. By Dec 2015 the site went missing, and the service was pronounced another scam by Bitcointalk users.

Cryptorush - CryptoRush was a multi-currency exchange launched in February 2014, around the same time as BlackCoin. In March, the company announced that their BlackCoin was stolen by some users, caused by a bug in the BlackCoin daemon. Only a month later, a Reddit user, claiming to be a former employee of the company, wrote a divulging post on how much of a scam this exchange was, detailing a string of eye-opening information.

McxNOW - Launched in September 2013, McxNOW was a digital currency exchange. The company claimed that all balances earn interest of 25% of all profits. Naturally, the site went missing, claiming  a “maintenance period” beginning November 15, 2014.

MintPal - In July 2014, the company reported that it had been hacked, losing a large amount of VeriCoin. In October 2014, the company operating Mintpal, Moolah, said that Mintpal is shutting down. Many users on Bitcoin Talk posted that Mintpal CEO was a scam, reporting missing funds left on MintPal. In February 2015, the sites owner, Ryan Kennedy, was arrested over the theft of 3,700 Bitcoins.

SwissCEX - Seven months ago, Swisscex closed down, even though the company claims 100% solvency.

Prelude - Prelude posted on their website that it's currently up as a technology preview for people to try some low volume trades prior to the site going live. The debate still rages around whether or not Prelude, and owner Moolah, are guilty of being scammers or not.

LibertyBit - Launched in February 2013, Vancouver-based LibertyBit announced a temporary suspension of trade in June 2013, never to be heard from again.

Comkort - Estonian based exchange Comkort finished its Beta testing in March 2014. In July, the company ceased operation.

AllCrypt - In March 2015, AllCrypt.com went down, and the owner cited wordpress exploitation, losing a small amount of customer funds.

Coin-Swap - In March 2015 Coin-Swap.net announced by Twitter that it will be shutting down.

Melotic - In May 2014 a Hong Kong-based startup, Melotic, announced closing its digital asset exchange, due to lack of sufficient growth.

BitYes -  Integrated with Huobi on Aug 31st.

Yacuna - Yacuna was a UK-based, regulated European Cryptocurrency exchange. Trading Bitcoin, Litecoin and Dogecoin for Euro and GBP. The company announced closure on October 13 and will be officially closed on November 15, 2015.

Virtex - Open July 2014, Virtex was a platform that traded several currencies, but then turned out to be another “scam” early this year.

Excoin - In February, the company announced that it was hacked and in March, the platform announced that they are preparing for a relaunch of the new Excoin trading platform.

Bitspark - A Hong Kong-based Bitcoin exchange that announced at the end of April 2015 that it was closing its exchange to focus on its remittance services.

Coin.Mx - Announced in late 2013, according to an FBI document, Coin.mx was a Mexican bitcoin exchange caught scamming, its’ founders were charged in July 2015. The FBI charged two Florida men, Anthony R. Murgio and Yuri Lebedev, for operating an underground, unlicensed bitcoin exchange, in violation of federal anti-money laundering (AML) laws and regulations.

Harborly - Texas-based exchange Harborly launched early this year, and by August announced that it is closing down, citing that the shutdown "has not been prompted by a hack, by fraudulent activity, or by a security-related incident." The company stated that a new venture had gained traction, therefore, it is in the process of finding an acquirer.


Nice summary of the sorry history of crypto exchanges.

Can't wait for jl777 to release iDex
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May 14, 2017, 06:39:15 AM
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Nice....

Market Cap
$2,243,686
1,257 BTC
Volume (24h)
$281,876
157.93 BTC
Circulating Supply
322,740,996 XCN

http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/cryptonite/
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May 14, 2017, 12:22:44 PM
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Nice....

Market Cap
$2,243,686
1,257 BTC
Volume (24h)
$281,876
157.93 BTC
Circulating Supply
322,740,996 XCN

http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/cryptonite/

Speed to buy!

It will make you a lot of money

I'm not kidding


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May 14, 2017, 07:01:17 PM
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Launched a vote on livecoin?
I did not even know.
I voted, and now there are 3 votes  Smiley
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I read a bit  about this coin on the official site and the wiki. The tech looks promising and somehow original but why there is no activity on GitHub since 2014 ?
What happened with the devs ?

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