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May 01, 2018, 11:30:23 AM
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Hello,
I've never had problems
yesterday for test I opened an account without verification, loaded 2 btc, deposits and whitdraw, fast without problems.
Will it be my luck alone? I do not think so!
p.s. they have active segwit support
p.s.s. then if someone has problems because he is an American citizen .... there is no solution!!!! hauahuahauha
2 btc is nothing compared to what wex confiscated from us. Read well our stories, it is not a problem of new or old account. They just decided to tock people account without any explanation and after we provided all requested documents there is no more reply from their support.
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May 04, 2018, 03:34:10 AM
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Also there has been investor advisory notice by the monetary authority of Singapore since march clearly they must have got complains which clearly indicates to SCAM

I was just about to ask how do I fund my account with USD since I didn't see an option there. Now I think i need to find another exchange. Any suggestions besides coinbase?

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May 04, 2018, 11:15:50 PM
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Also there has been investor advisory notice by the monetary authority of Singapore since march clearly they must have got complains which clearly indicates to SCAM

I was just about to ask how do I fund my account with USD since I didn't see an option there. Now I think i need to find another exchange. Any suggestions besides coinbase?

Please do not Bitstamp or coinbase at least they communicate
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May 13, 2018, 02:41:55 PM
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Most of us have lost most if not ALL funds on the old BTC-E exchange when the exit scam went down. (Some of us almost triple digits in BTC lost)  Angry

On a more positive note, this might just make some people chuckle and smile though regarding


A plot to murder a Russian national being detained in Greece whilst fighting extradition to the U.S. over money laundering charges has been uncovered. Greek law enforcement found evidence of inmates in the prison conspiring to poison Alexander Vinnik.

Former Crypto Exchange Worker in Murder Plot
We first reported on the case of Alexander Vinnik last year. Vinnik is a former operator of the now defunct BTC-e exchange. He’s wanted on 21 counts of money laundering in the U.S. and fraud charges in his native Russia. The charges he faces in the U.S. are between $4 billion and $9 billion. Meanwhile, those levied at him in his homeland are considerably smaller at around 10,000 euros. Vinnik has fought extradition to the U.S., but agreed to being sent back to Russia if that were possible.

In December 2017, Vinnik lost his appeal against his extradition to the U.S. in December 2017. He continues to fight against it however claiming to be taking the case to the European Court of Human Rights.

However, earlier this year Greek law enforcement uncovered the plot to murder Vinnik. An unnamed source familiar with the events told news source Sputnik that although the plan has been known about for some months now, authorities hadn’t gone public with it whilst they gathered further information. Sputnik also claimed yesterday that one of their correspondents has seen documentation that confirms the authenticity of the plot to kill Vinnik.

Special security measures have been taken to protect Vinnik whilst he remains detained in Greece. For example, he is not allowed to receive food or water from unknown people. He’s also had security stepped up around him and is being kept away from other inmates for his own safety.

The source familiar with the matter went on to state that no special services from any nation are involved with the plot. Instead, it is being linked to the criminal underworld. He’s also denied any link with the recent case in the U.K. involving Russian agent Sergei Skripal despite the similarities. The source told the news publication:

“It all began after Vinnik’s extradition to the United States was blocked. There people who are extremely interested in him not coming to Russia. The assassination was ordered by some unknown person from Russia.”

The publication also reached out to Vinnik’s lawyers. Unfortunately, they refused to comment on the plot. They told Sputnik:

“Such statement should be investigated via a proper procedure, rather than through public statements and discussions.”


Tags: Alexander Vinnik, btc-e, Murder plot




Link : https://www.newsbtc.com/2018/05/11/russian-crypto-money-launderer-the-target-of-suspected-prison-murder-plot/

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May 19, 2018, 11:02:29 PM
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The wex.nz account got verified and we have the correct balances, it had significant balances.
Good luck to all waiting i guess patience is the key
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May 28, 2018, 06:40:13 AM
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WEX Exchange is now listed on CryptoChartIndex , Now you can get all information regarding WEX Exchange on CryptoChartIndex!
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May 28, 2018, 10:32:26 AM
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Great! Welcome more cryto trading platforms cooperate with Epay.com
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June 01, 2018, 04:25:32 PM
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Why would anyone trust this exchange again after the exit scam they pulled ?
You people are either fake or crazy.

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June 02, 2018, 07:47:14 AM
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Why would anyone trust this exchange again after the exit scam they pulled ?
You people are either fake or crazy.

i would never touch them again. but it seems guys in the CIS countries, their options are slim. there's exmo (same guys as btc-e) and there's wex, and there's small local exchanges. not sure what else, but that's the impression i get from my russian friend.

i don't consider it an exit scam. i saw the DOJ press release and got my 55% back. lost a lot (not as much as you). but easy come easy go, i guess.....

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June 05, 2018, 10:48:25 AM
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WEX Exchange is now listed on CryptoChartIndex , Now you can get all information regarding WEX Exchange on CryptoChartIndex!
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I would like to express my highest appreciation for the team behind btc-e and wex. USA stole a lot of their money and seized their website/servers. USA tried to arrest the owners and was ready to put them in jail for 55 years (or more), thankfully USA failed. A few months back WEX recovered 100% of my lost funds and I withdrew them successfully (this was namecoin). Yes, I didn't lose anything. WEX deserves mad support from the crypto community in my opinion. They are the pirate bay of exchanges and the real heroes in crypto.

I realize some people have issues with btc-e. I am only giving this opinion from my own personal experience, which has been nothing but outstanding so far.

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June 24, 2018, 02:17:05 PM
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I would like to express my highest appreciation for the team behind btc-e and wex. USA stole a lot of their money and seized their website/servers. USA tried to arrest the owners and was ready to put them in jail for 55 years (or more), thankfully USA failed. A few months back WEX recovered 100% of my lost funds and I withdrew them successfully (this was namecoin). Yes, I didn't lose anything. WEX deserves mad support from the crypto community in my opinion. They are the pirate bay of exchanges and the real heroes in crypto.

I realize some people have issues with btc-e. I am only giving this opinion from my own personal experience, which has been nothing but outstanding so far.

If the accusations against them are true then they still have plenty of stolen BTC to launder. By using them you are helping them in laundering those stolen funds.

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June 24, 2018, 08:38:11 PM
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I would like to express my highest appreciation for the team behind btc-e and wex. USA stole a lot of their money and seized their website/servers. USA tried to arrest the owners and was ready to put them in jail for 55 years (or more), thankfully USA failed. A few months back WEX recovered 100% of my lost funds and I withdrew them successfully (this was namecoin). Yes, I didn't lose anything. WEX deserves mad support from the crypto community in my opinion. They are the pirate bay of exchanges and the real heroes in crypto.

I realize some people have issues with btc-e. I am only giving this opinion from my own personal experience, which has been nothing but outstanding so far.

If the accusations against them are true then they still have plenty of stolen BTC to launder. By using them you are helping them in laundering those stolen funds.

You are one of a few. Most people got only 65% back of the stolen funds. YES they were stolen, NOT by the US Gov.
There is still a hit out on the people involved, so they'll be sleeping with the lights on for a loong time I'm sure.  Cheesy

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June 25, 2018, 02:42:17 PM
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I would like to express my highest appreciation for the team behind btc-e and wex. USA stole a lot of their money and seized their website/servers. USA tried to arrest the owners and was ready to put them in jail for 55 years (or more), thankfully USA failed. A few months back WEX recovered 100% of my lost funds and I withdrew them successfully (this was namecoin). Yes, I didn't lose anything. WEX deserves mad support from the crypto community in my opinion. They are the pirate bay of exchanges and the real heroes in crypto.

I realize some people have issues with btc-e. I am only giving this opinion from my own personal experience, which has been nothing but outstanding so far.

If the accusations against them are true then they still have plenty of stolen BTC to launder. By using them you are helping them in laundering those stolen funds.

You are one of a few. Most people got only 65% back of the stolen funds. YES they were stolen, NOT by the US Gov.
There is still a hit out on the people involved, so they'll be sleeping with the lights on for a loong time I'm sure.  Cheesy
Stolen by who? hit on who? and where are your source?

The facts are: If the admins of btc-e wanted to steal money they could have done so. They could have taken 100% of our money and we couldn't have done much to stop them (you do realize that even US government failed right?). They decided to come back, and some of us already got 100% of our funds returned.

As for money laundering. You can't use exchanges without KYC if you want to avoid that. Because such thing as an anonymous exchange without money laundering is not possible.

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July 09, 2018, 11:22:13 AM
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Price on wex is 12.5% higher than on finex. Anyone know what's going on?

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July 09, 2018, 08:43:30 PM
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I had over 2000 PPC along with a smattering of other coins when BTC-e went down.  When WEX came up I bought all the PPCET and other tokens I could and put it all at a sell of 1:1.  This week all the PPCET, NMCET, NVCET and DSHET I had was redeemed by WEX.  Decided to sell all the other tokens as they totaled under .02btc.  Put sell orders and waited while little by little they were chipped away.  Ended up with over 1.1 BTC.  When I bought the tokens, if I had sold to BTC I calculated at the time I would have had around .65-.7 BTC.  Thanks to people dumping and running back then I ended up at almost 150% after 1 year even with PPC going down over 25% vs BTC, add in BTC up over 50% and really good year.  Not bad considering everyone was saying get out now it's a scam.
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July 09, 2018, 09:01:05 PM
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Price on wex is 12.5% higher than on finex. Anyone know what's going on?

Maybe because you'll never get your coins off of the exchange?

PM me if you are ready to actually start seasteading.
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July 10, 2018, 01:54:16 AM
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Price on wex is 12.5% higher than on finex. Anyone know what's going on?

Maybe because you'll never get your coins off of the exchange?
if that were true, my withdrawal that has over 30 confirmations would not have happened

https://www.blockchain.com/en/btc/tx/8942039a43525890d5eda61231e4afeac76a83081701023ffe2252a1e723409d
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July 10, 2018, 04:36:06 AM
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Price on wex is 12.5% higher than on finex. Anyone know what's going on?

Maybe because you'll never get your coins off of the exchange?
if that were true, my withdrawal that has over 30 confirmations would not have happened

https://www.blockchain.com/en/btc/tx/8942039a43525890d5eda61231e4afeac76a83081701023ffe2252a1e723409d


Wish I could withdrawal my coins  Cry

I guess they need to trickle a few to keep the appearance of a normal exchange.

PM me if you are ready to actually start seasteading.
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July 11, 2018, 10:15:00 AM
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There is no withdrawal problem on wex.  But there is a opportinity for arbitrage. Because in last days price is above 1000$ from bitstamp.

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