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September 01, 2017, 02:25:34 PM
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Watching the IOU market on Cryptopia this morning I was suddenly surprised with this announcement:



After reading it twice, these questions came to mind:

Is it reasonable for an exchange to take a passive stance towards updates from a platform like Waves?

Is it necessary to delist the assets as well?


I'd like to know your opinion on this.







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September 01, 2017, 02:36:54 PM
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Watching the IOU market on Cryptopia this morning I was suddenly surprised with this announcement:



After reading it twice, these questions came to mind:

Is it reasonable for an exchange to take a passive stance towards updates from a platform like Waves?

Is it necessary to delist the assets as well?


I'd like to know your opinion on this.




IMO, as stated by cryptocopia waves team fail to notify them for the two recent updates, they even approach towards waves but they neglected. Not sure if Waves didn't see the message or so

But, Is it necessary to delist the assets as well?

I will say Yes, why? Imagine, if the network fork and coins gone missing on the exchange, who will be taking the responsible? Trust me, not all the user of a particular product are rational, i seen before cases where the user just blindly hook and blast on the exchange even it's not the exchange fault

My 2 cent tho, we don't know the full thing behind


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September 01, 2017, 02:41:02 PM
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Good job to cryptopia for being proactive and being firm with decision making. Poorly managed coins (which result in lost value for investors) dont deserve to be listed in exchanges if you ask me.

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September 01, 2017, 02:42:22 PM
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But, Is it necessary to delist the assets as well?

I will say Yes, why? Imagine, if the network fork and coins gone missing on the exchange, who will be taking the responsible? Trust me, not all the user of a particular product are rational, i seen before cases where the user just blindly hook and blast on the exchange even it's not the exchange fault

My 2 cent tho, we don't know the full thing behind

In no way is it my intention to burn down this decision or the exchange that took it.

Just discussing here and maybe get a better understanding of the whole situation.

You're two cents helped with that, so thanks!

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September 01, 2017, 02:44:21 PM
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The volume was so low it will not affect anything.
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September 01, 2017, 02:46:33 PM
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Good job to cryptopia for being proactive and being firm with decision making. Poorly managed coins (which result in lost value for investors) dont deserve to be listed in exchanges if you ask me.

Are they proactive when they prefer to be informed about updates, rather than informing themselves?
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September 01, 2017, 03:00:38 PM
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Waves just posted a response to cryptopia with proof they informed them of the update
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September 01, 2017, 03:17:43 PM
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It was not Waves fault...Cryptopia is a shitty exchange. Waves responded to this news and even I remember they have informed everyone of new update.

I see alot of FUD about Waves but honestly this thing will change crypto.
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September 01, 2017, 03:24:48 PM
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If cryptopia really wasn't informed or had to go fish for information then yes I think they have every right to kick them off, they are busy.
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September 01, 2017, 03:30:48 PM
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Waves just posted a response to cryptopia with proof they informed them of the update

Could you post a link to this announcement please?
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September 01, 2017, 03:31:23 PM
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I see alot of FUD about Waves but honestly this thing will change crypto.

Not trying to fud, just discussing here.
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September 01, 2017, 03:32:18 PM
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There is some kind of fork in waves and not mandatory but Cryptopia delist.What now happend with dotcom?

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September 01, 2017, 03:38:47 PM
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I got hacked in Cryptopia today so am not sure if I will use the exchange anymore. WAVES is a great token/platform so it's also a shame that it will be delisted by Cryptopia. This is one of the more major tokens out there and shouldn't be delisted in my opinion.

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seems reasonable to me if the information is correct.

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Waves IS an exchange...They don't need Cryptopia!
Agree, waves has its own exchange like DEX and tidex. So don't worry to hold waves, even I never trade in cryptopia. I prefer bittrex, or liqui. But bittrex now I leave it because the limited withdrawal for only 0.025 BTC per day. That's suck. I can;t withdraw big amount of money. I move to local exchanger but It is better and more secure. I like to use bitcoin.co.id. The biggest cryptocurrency Exchanger in Indonesia. The withdrawal can be 1 BTC a day. The security is double with phone verification and email confirmation. I like to trade there. However, Bitcoin.co.id haven't list waves.  I hope in the future there will be waves in spot market.

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Im thinking if the FUD about loss of small exchange will effect wave price, I'm buying more waves Cheesy
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September 02, 2017, 10:59:05 AM
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Watching the IOU market on Cryptopia this morning I was suddenly surprised with this announcement:



After reading it twice, these questions came to mind:

Is it reasonable for an exchange to take a passive stance towards updates from a platform like Waves?

Is it necessary to delist the assets as well?


I'd like to know your opinion on this.




I think that's a personal problem between waves cryptopia, they should solve it themselves , we can do nothing for them .



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September 03, 2017, 08:37:35 PM
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To me it means Cryptopia is disqualifying itself from the serious cryptotrading arena. It's their own responsibility to maintain their wallets and keep nodes up to date.

If you make a living out of fees paid by traders on multiple blockchains and their assets, you are the one that has to provide an up to date service. Complaining that you are not informed on time by the developers of those blockchains is childish and a huge red light to me as a trader!

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The volume was so low it will not affect anything.

i approve, best way to buy waves is on Bittrex atm.

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  Semux uses 100% original codebase
  Superfast with 30 seconds instant finality
  Tested 5000 tx per block on open network
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