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October 23, 2014, 04:07:52 PM
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FIMK passphrases will be made available again within about a week at most.

Hi,weeks ago I took part in the FIMK ipo through DGEX escrow,when the ipo end I logged in DGEX and got a link to view my FIMK wallet password.
for security reasons I decided not to write down this password at that time,I just used the password once to enter my FIMK account and tried to deposit 10000 FIMK to DGEX.
after that DGEX shut down.today I found it re-open so I logged in but I could not find any link to view my FIMK password,now I don't know neither my FIMK account nor it's password,
I can even not check my deposit/withdraw/trade/FIMK invest history before the old site shut down.Am I the only one who got this problem?
my Account id is #6269
help me please! 


hope all is well buddy! ~ we are working on relaunching $NAS and it would be great to chat when you have a chance!!! I was a NXT early adopter and even promoted for FREICOIN back in the days so i've always dug your style... i sent a support ticket ! Smiley  come back the community needs you!!! BLESSED
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November 26, 2014, 11:58:42 PM
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Im facing the problem with DGEX that my money is in their wallet and I cant tranfer anywhere. It shows an ammount of BTC, but when I press the send button it says, no sufficient funds.

Anybody had the same issue?
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February 13, 2015, 04:16:16 PM
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Hello, I requested FIM payout from DGEX two days ago to my account FIM-68XU-****-**** and still nothing; I can't create a support ticket on DGEX because the form for this is not working.

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problem solved
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February 15, 2015, 07:50:55 PM
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wow ... Dgex is dead ?  Shocked Where is Graviton ? the last time when I used the dgex has been in the IPO process of FIMKrypto ... I remember that they just changed the GUI of the homepage , but once logged , was the same as before , very heavy, with a lot of problems, etc
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May 18, 2015, 01:10:33 PM
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Does anybody know something?
I write letters, no answer
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June 18, 2015, 12:50:01 PM
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appears dgex is dead.
I am getting no replies to a withdraw that was started last summer.

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June 18, 2015, 01:05:44 PM
Last edit: June 21, 2015, 08:40:56 PM by superresistant
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appears dgex is dead.
I am getting no replies to a withdraw that was started last summer.
James

That's a big delay.
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June 25, 2015, 06:04:32 AM
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how much are people missing in funds?

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June 25, 2015, 08:58:02 AM
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I decided to drop in here once for quite a while, just to find the standard disinfo and exaggerations. People are not missing any funds and DGEX is not dead. All customer funds are available for withdrawals, which are currently performed about once a week. The DGEX exchange as business is not operating actively, but technically it's still possible to exchange NXT and FIMK if you happen to find a suitable price.

Just make sure you access the site from https://dgex.com

appears dgex is dead.
I am getting no replies to a withdraw that was started last summer.
James
Did you forget something, such as the little fact that your withdrawal is NAS, the coin whose blockchain went down a few days after your withdrawal request and has been "resurrected" now a year later just a few weeks ago. It was not possible to transfer NAS for nearly a year. I'm wondering why a figure like you prefers to give a false impression publicly. Perhaps for egoistic reasons or maybe you still have some grudge against me for unknown reasons like you did on my forum where I brought up NXT for the 5000 active members. Go figure.

Like replied to James privately, which he did not bother to mention here, NAS withdrawals will be handled when we have brought the NAS system on DGEX back up.

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July 03, 2015, 07:57:44 PM
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I do not know if you adding other coins for trading, but if you are,

then please add 2BACCO Coins for trading

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July 06, 2015, 04:46:35 PM
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I decided to drop in here once for quite a while, just to find the standard disinfo and exaggerations. People are not missing any funds and DGEX is not dead. All customer funds are available for withdrawals, which are currently performed about once a week. The DGEX exchange as business is not operating actively, but technically it's still possible to exchange NXT and FIMK if you happen to find a suitable price.

Just make sure you access the site from https://dgex.com

appears dgex is dead.
I am getting no replies to a withdraw that was started last summer.
James
Did you forget something, such as the little fact that your withdrawal is NAS, the coin whose blockchain went down a few days after your withdrawal request and has been "resurrected" now a year later just a few weeks ago. It was not possible to transfer NAS for nearly a year. I'm wondering why a figure like you prefers to give a false impression publicly. Perhaps for egoistic reasons or maybe you still have some grudge against me for unknown reasons like you did on my forum where I brought up NXT for the 5000 active members. Go figure.

Like replied to James privately, which he did not bother to mention here, NAS withdrawals will be handled when we have brought the NAS system on DGEX back up.

Hmmm, seems I'm currently not able to log in.. I would like to acces my fimk funds and move them to my wallet. Any chance to be able to log in?
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July 29, 2015, 08:51:36 PM
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We have reactivated the old DGEX user interface and account logins are again operational.

All other functions except for Withdrawals, History and Contact have been disabled. Existing orders have been cancelled and funds returned to the user accounts. Unfortunately, trading on DGEX is over for now.

If you have funds at DGEX, please log in and submit a withdrawal by September 1st 2015. Withdrawals are paid weekly, apart from NAS which we still have trouble with. If the NAS blockchain works, we expect to be eventually able to honor all NAS withdrawals also.

If you have any trouble with your account you can again use the contact page on the site to submit a ticket that will be responded to when possible.

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March 30, 2016, 11:17:46 PM
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We have reactivated the old DGEX user interface and account logins are again operational.

All other functions except for Withdrawals, History and Contact have been disabled. Existing orders have been cancelled and funds returned to the user accounts. Unfortunately, trading on DGEX is over for now.

If you have funds at DGEX, please log in and submit a withdrawal by September 1st 2015. Withdrawals are paid weekly, apart from NAS which we still have trouble with. If the NAS blockchain works, we expect to be eventually able to honor all NAS withdrawals also.

If you have any trouble with your account you can again use the contact page on the site to submit a ticket that will be responded to when possible.

I had 19000 NXT sitting at DGEX and GCInc honoured my withdrawal today, 6 months after he said the exchange was shutting down.

It took a week for the withdrawal to process, thank you for your honesty.

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