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July 31, 2017, 11:23:37 AM
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they've released an official statement today in a couple of hours ago:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2056158.0
use google translate or look at comment #13, someone already did.
who would have thought they come back this soon and promise a refund!

the interesting line is the last one and says this Alexander guy wasn't their owner.














 

 

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July 31, 2017, 11:40:23 AM
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they've released an official statement today in a couple of hours ago:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2056158.0
use google translate or look at comment #13, someone already did.
who would have thought they come back this soon and promise a refund!

the interesting line is the last one and says this Alexander guy wasn't their owner.

Btc-e is a big exchange platform.Why don` t they make official statements in english?
Lucky for me,i understand russian a little bit,even without Google translate.
It`s good that everything that happened with btc-e had amost no influence over the bitcoin price.
The russian authorities are quilty for trying to destroy btc-e.
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July 31, 2017, 11:52:01 AM
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Btc-e is a big exchange platform.Why don` t they make official statements in english?
Lucky for me,i understand russian a little bit,even without Google translate.
It`s good that everything that happened with btc-e had amost no influence over the bitcoin price.
The russian authorities are quilty for trying to destroy btc-e.


they've never been very good at english. you always got support problems answered much faster in russian.

kind of ironic that the 'criminals' will pay you back but the american government won't if they get their hands on your money.

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July 31, 2017, 12:56:48 PM
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they've released an official statement today in a couple of hours ago:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2056158.0
use google translate or look at comment #13, someone already did.
who would have thought they come back this soon and promise a refund!

Let's see if they'll stay true to their word! I wouldn't be surprised if people actually get their coins back. None of the other exchanges have been both so shady and legit at the same time as btc-e.

While I can imagine that Alexander wasn't the owner, I still assume that he was at least employed by btc-e. Either way, let's see if they make a comeback. Would be pretty epic to see the honey badger of exchanges get back to live.

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July 31, 2017, 01:13:14 PM
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they've released an official statement today in a couple of hours ago:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2056158.0
use google translate or look at comment #13, someone already did.
who would have thought they come back this soon and promise a refund!

Let's see if they'll stay true to their word! I wouldn't be surprised if people actually get their coins back. None of the other exchanges have been both so shady and legit at the same time as btc-e.

While I can imagine that Alexander wasn't the owner, I still assume that he was at least employed by btc-e. Either way, let's see if they make a comeback. Would be pretty epic to see the honey badger of exchanges get back to live.
I have the same assumptions too. If Alexander isnt the owner then he might possibly been connected to them but as i have read on btc-e statement they do declared its not related to them.Its somehow confusing on what would be the relations of this guy to BTC-e. This is the interesting part on which if they would really be sensible enough to comeback and refund their users money.

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July 31, 2017, 01:15:05 PM
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I thought the coins were moved and or seized. Did we ever figure out who got their hands on the coins? I am glad that they are refunding users and that they were able to fix the situation, it sure would have been nice if Cryptsy was linked to this as well and they recovered those funds as well, I would sure be happy to have those 23 BTC back!

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July 31, 2017, 01:32:43 PM
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Well, as long as customers could receive their bitcoin and money back, it's like a pain relief.
I do not agree if FBI or another central authority seized bitcoin as it doesn't belong to BTC-E where people deposit to this site.
The lesson is : do not put big amount of money/bitcoin on exchanges as it can be on risk to lose it if anything goes wrong just like happened with BTC-E or Bitfinex last year.

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July 31, 2017, 02:03:56 PM
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Well, everybody is innocent until proven guilty.Unless they give back the coins of customers,nobody will trust them and if they give the coins back to the customers everyone will surely withdraw.Which it will be a problem if nobody uses their platform.They don't have any chance imo.
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July 31, 2017, 02:05:27 PM
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Their statement says Alexander Vinnik has nothing to do with their service. I'm fairly sure that part of the statement is a lie.
Why would you believe anything they say right now? Personally, I'll only believe they're coming back/repaying users once everyone has been repaid.


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July 31, 2017, 07:05:50 PM
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they've released an official statement today in a couple of hours ago:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2056158.0
use google translate or look at comment #13, someone already did.
who would have thought they come back this soon and promise a refund!

Let's see if they'll stay true to their word! I wouldn't be surprised if people actually get their coins back. None of the other exchanges have been both so shady and legit at the same time as btc-e.

While I can imagine that Alexander wasn't the owner, I still assume that he was at least employed by btc-e. Either way, let's see if they make a comeback. Would be pretty epic to see the honey badger of exchanges get back to live.
I have the same assumptions too. If Alexander isnt the owner then he might possibly been connected to them but as i have read on btc-e statement they do declared its not related to them.Its somehow confusing on what would be the relations of this guy to BTC-e. This is the interesting part on which if they would really be sensible enough to comeback and refund their users money.

I dont know if my memory is right only poloniex return all funds. Really dont know how will they do this but if they do they will be more then good for future deposit. I moved my coins from there cuz they dont have anything just few coin and maybe that is better no delay in trading at least.



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July 31, 2017, 09:50:32 PM
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It is a really promising development as i never thought that the customers would even get the coins back after all these issues and i can understand why they are taking a stand in downplaying the guy arrested,we need more details regarding it to know more about the arrest rather than the official release from the legal corner about what they have charged against them,i hope everyone will get their coins back and if they never had an idea to return the coins they would not said that now.

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August 01, 2017, 11:49:27 AM
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Their statement says Alexander Vinnik has nothing to do with their service. I'm fairly sure that part of the statement is a lie.
Why would you believe anything they say right now? Personally, I'll only believe they're coming back/repaying users once everyone has been repaid.

yeah. i agree. this is more like a glimmer of hope rather than believing them. they at least made an effort to communicate with their users, not just go away into hiding completely. they were always anonymous anyways.














 

 

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August 01, 2017, 11:59:40 AM
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they've released an official statement today in a couple of hours ago:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2056158.0
use google translate or look at comment #13, someone already did.
who would have thought they come back this soon and promise a refund!

the interesting line is the last one and says this Alexander guy wasn't their owner.

I actually didn't think they would come back so soon and its really a surprising thing to happen which could even be due to the heat being faced by the authority but that does not even change the fact that I will trust exchange sites with my funds. Also, I have issues with for them allowing the guy to dry on its own shows that the heat is so hot for them to let him face the music on his own. Promise does not weigh much until its fulfilled I hope they can keep to their words and return investors funds in due time.
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August 01, 2017, 12:55:13 PM
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If this exchange happens to make a come back, I am sure it will never be the same anymore ~ at least, that should be what would happen since this exchange can't be fully trusted.

People will use a potential come back purely as an opportunity to get whatever they have sitting in their account out of there, as soon as possible.

I however don't know what will happen with their fiat activities since they are not allowed to operate any type of service that has an involvement in fiat. In order to change that, they need to properly register themselves.

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Very good. I hope they will complete their promises. Cryptocurrencies need this kind of news, it, at least makes some people think. "Yeah even if some people damaged, I will be paid back full" Trust is more valuable than price.

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August 01, 2017, 05:41:35 PM
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the interesting line is the last one and says this Alexander guy wasn't their owner.
I don't think that is true.

They might be making excuses to run btc-e again but I don't think many will trust them like they did till now.

BTC-e was seized by FBI and they are very hard to deal with. Even if FBI allows them to run as normal it might take more than a year to get their case resolved.

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August 02, 2017, 05:11:53 PM
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Their statement says Alexander Vinnik has nothing to do with their service. I'm fairly sure that part of the statement is a lie.
Why would you believe anything they say right now? Personally, I'll only believe they're coming back/repaying users once everyone has been repaid.

Fully agree with you,
They said 'Alexander Vinnik has nothing to do with our services',from this statement we can see how deep their relationship.
the true meaning from their statement in LOGICAL way should be like this 'Alexander Vinnik has something to do with our services'.
just look when they're doing a maintenance and Alexander cases,it's coincide ? no,it's showed us a relation between both of them.

I just want to know,the costumers who's using their services can withdraw back what they have in there ?

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August 02, 2017, 06:05:18 PM
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the interesting line is the last one and says this Alexander guy wasn't their owner.
I don't think that is true.

They might be making excuses to run btc-e again but I don't think many will trust them like they did till now.

BTC-e was seized by FBI and they are very hard to deal with. Even if FBI allows them to run as normal it might take more than a year to get their case resolved.
Haha BTC-e offline down just is a part in the scenario create fearing for trader on market by whales and big boy. But I think why not keep the time nearest deathline (August 5th) for announcement it, maybe they want create support point for pump Bitcoin Cash in today hmm...
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they've released an official statement today in a couple of hours ago:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2056158.0
use google translate or look at comment #13, someone already did.
who would have thought they come back this soon and promise a refund!

the interesting line is the last one and says this Alexander guy wasn't their owner.
I heard about it as well but it's a scam is what people are saying.  Not sure on what has to be believed and what doesn't has to be believed.  You never know who is trying to spam you and who is not.  It's always better to be on the safer side. Let's just hope for the best. 

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August 03, 2017, 10:26:19 PM
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they've released an official statement today in a couple of hours ago:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2056158.0
use google translate or look at comment #13, someone already did.
who would have thought they come back this soon and promise a refund!

the interesting line is the last one and says this Alexander guy wasn't their owner.
What I’m intrigued is, how are they making a comeback? And so soon, did they had other servers that were not seized? Because it seem incredible to me they are coming back after what happened.

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