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January 23, 2018, 07:44:17 AM
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Looks like they will need new domain and re-branding. Expected time to find new domain 2 weeks, we have to bear with them  Grin
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January 23, 2018, 07:48:06 AM
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server is up :

http://185.66.140.234/walletstatus.php

DOMAIN PROBLEM

https://www.whois.com/whois/coinsmarkets.com

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January 23, 2018, 07:56:10 AM
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Looks like they will need new domain and re-branding. Expected time to find new domain 2 weeks, we have to bear with them  Grin

I've thought about it and if they come back up I'm not moving my coins. If I can ride out this outage with 'em I can ride out any future outages they have.  Grin  We just have to bear with 'em as you say.

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January 23, 2018, 08:01:59 AM
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Looks like they will need new domain and re-branding. Expected time to find new domain 2 weeks, we have to bear with them  Grin

I've thought about it and if they come back up I'm not moving my coins. If I can ride out this outage with 'em I can ride out any future outages they have.  Grin  We just have to bear with 'em as you say.

Doing the same....no need to withdraw my coins if they deliver...hopefully they come back online soon so my emb start staking
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January 23, 2018, 08:08:29 AM
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Looks like they will need new domain and re-branding. Expected time to find new domain 2 weeks, we have to bear with them  Grin

Yes, this is very interesting. In a weird way, like an episode of the twilight zone or something.

The guys running it seem to be trying to keep it going but unwilling to communicate anything. Too stupid to understand the results of keeping peoples millions in the dark with seemingly nothing happening on the website for weeks. Except withdraw pages disappearing, and sudden self-DDOS functionality appearing where the site reloads itself all the time. Weird test-transactions popping up for a few days. Balances changing back and forth with small amounts. Login sometimes working, other times not.

Yet smart enough to build an exchange, provide POS functionality as a unique feature, allow trading in fractions of satoshis. Raking in interesting shitcoins from the fringes of the dark corners of the internets. Making it all work for loads of shitcoins and a respectable number of people. But again unwilling to communicate and seemingly unable to realize the results. Not doing a clear exit scam to grab and run but running the weirdest show.

Registering their shits at some random guys house in Den Haag. Or maybe they are the old guy there, who knows. Anyway, getting their domain name seized by the registrar for this. In their few and rare communications telling that they only communicate on their own site. Typically oneliners but few days ago an actual post with information. False or real, who knows. It's all too weird. But now that the domain is seized, how will they ever communicate to people on their site, which is inaccessible. And it is their only medium of communication they are willing to use. Hah.

Smart enough to set up CloudFlare to hide their IP's. To apparently hide from the registrar, and everything else in theory needed to hide themselves. Too stupid to hook themselves direct to their DB as root. And to expose their internal IP addresses allowing us to bypass CloudFlare in their error messages. Leaving an odd bot on coinsmarketschat.chatango.com to spam same "switching servers" message for weeks, while reporting different issues using a randomly changing oneliner on their page. The chatango chat turning day by day into more desperate place where people seemingly are taking stronger and stronger weed every day.

Well, I have some nice pile of shitcoins there that I would love to have back and trade some more on their interesting stuff. The POS staking was just great because I am just a noob too lazy to set up all the different wallets. Not really expecting to have anything any more, but this shit is so weird I keep watching it in fascination. Those shitcoins turned to BTC and fiat could've bought some nice pile of popcorn for sure.

If it does come up, I will keep using it for sure but have consider how much Smiley
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January 23, 2018, 08:18:42 AM
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Hello everybody,

I want to make clear at first that i have not so much money lost at coinsmarkets but i feel fucked for the rest, i don't hate te exchange. but it looks like their is somethings not right about coinsmarkets

So what did you do with the WHOIS info of the domain
Well i've been to the address in Den haag, Surinamestraat 26 The Netherlands. on that address does live an old man with the age of 75/80 ain't no Juvo Marceles.


So did you get in contact with the ISP? Nforce.com ( 08-01-2018
Yes, i did! my first contact was on the phone with Nforce.com on 08-01-2018 i did talked to Nforce with the possibility of a chance that people are gonna lose their coins/money. Nforce did asked me to send a mail, and they will respond later on my questions for the community.

Also we did a report to gandi

12-01-2018

i've seen allot of post on twitter/bitcointalk/reddit that people can see their balance! but what people not look for is that their wallets are online. It's only website database information. no real balance! (unless you can provide proof)


Also i did speak with a 24 hour emergency telephone line of Nforce cause they did not respond to the mail. A worker of Nforce did admit that the coinsmarkets are hosted over there. and that he is gonna send a mail about this. I told him that this was no option and the best option for their business was to call his supervisors and get the servers down.

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Last known information
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the profile of coinsmarkets, but the last time they were online was on the 4th.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=978044



Has all the markings of another well executed exit scam. I have seen this before during the bit.ac exit scam.  "We are upgrading" they said.

Well I also have a pile of worthless shitcoins there, nothing more.  Let's see.

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January 23, 2018, 08:25:57 AM
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The domain isn’t seized. All they have to do is sort out whatever and they’ll remove the clienthold status.
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January 23, 2018, 08:52:30 AM
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Looks like they will need new domain and re-branding. Expected time to find new domain 2 weeks, we have to bear with them  Grin

Yes, this is very interesting. In a weird way, like an episode of the twilight zone or something.

The guys running it seem to be trying to keep it going but unwilling to communicate anything. Too stupid to understand the results of keeping peoples millions in the dark with seemingly nothing happening on the website for weeks. Except withdraw pages disappearing, and sudden self-DDOS functionality appearing where the site reloads itself all the time. Weird test-transactions popping up for a few days. Balances changing back and forth with small amounts. Login sometimes working, other times not.

Yet smart enough to build an exchange, provide POS functionality as a unique feature, allow trading in fractions of satoshis. Raking in interesting shitcoins from the fringes of the dark corners of the internets. Making it all work for loads of shitcoins and a respectable number of people. But again unwilling to communicate and seemingly unable to realize the results. Not doing a clear exit scam to grab and run but running the weirdest show.

Registering their shits at some random guys house in Den Haag. Or maybe they are the old guy there, who knows. Anyway, getting their domain name seized by the registrar for this. In their few and rare communications telling that they only communicate on their own site. Typically oneliners but few days ago an actual post with information. False or real, who knows. It's all too weird. But now that the domain is seized, how will they ever communicate to people on their site, which is inaccessible. And it is their only medium of communication they are willing to use. Hah.

Smart enough to set up CloudFlare to hide their IP's. To apparently hide from the registrar, and everything else in theory needed to hide themselves. Too stupid to hook themselves direct to their DB as root. And to expose their internal IP addresses allowing us to bypass CloudFlare in their error messages. Leaving an odd bot on coinsmarketschat.chatango.com to spam same "switching servers" message for weeks, while reporting different issues using a randomly changing oneliner on their page. The chatango chat turning day by day into more desperate place where people seemingly are taking stronger and stronger weed every day.

Well, I have some nice pile of shitcoins there that I would love to have back and trade some more on their interesting stuff. The POS staking was just great because I am just a noob too lazy to set up all the different wallets. Not really expecting to have anything any more, but this shit is so weird I keep watching it in fascination. Those shitcoins turned to BTC and fiat could've bought some nice pile of popcorn for sure.

If it does come up, I will keep using it for sure but have consider how much Smiley


Yeah right! I have to grab a bag of popcorn before I get caught up on the coinsmarkets latest.

I don't know if this is true or not, but a few months back someone was on coinsmarkets chatbox saying the owner was a teenage boy running the operation out of his mom's basement. If true that would explain a lot...

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January 23, 2018, 09:42:20 AM
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they come back... they just need to found another identity card on dark net :-)

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January 23, 2018, 09:49:19 AM
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Its  taking  waaaaayyyyy to long! Even if  they get back asap, their only chance to see ppl trading on their platform is no other choices for free/almost free lisings. New coins are usually struggling with it
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January 23, 2018, 11:41:33 AM
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One month in cryptoworld is too long Sad
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January 23, 2018, 11:53:36 AM
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Classic scam scheme. They're trying to show that everything will be okay while cleaning up traces behind them. I can even imagine that no one is doing anything, just a script randomly brings up and down the server in an abandoned basement.
Everyone wants no regulations. There you go.
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January 23, 2018, 12:05:50 PM
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Looks like they will need new domain and re-branding. Expected time to find new domain 2 weeks, we have to bear with them  Grin

Yes, this is very interesting. In a weird way, like an episode of the twilight zone or something.

The guys running it seem to be trying to keep it going but unwilling to communicate anything. Too stupid to understand the results of keeping peoples millions in the dark with seemingly nothing happening on the website for weeks. Except withdraw pages disappearing, and sudden self-DDOS functionality appearing where the site reloads itself all the time. Weird test-transactions popping up for a few days. Balances changing back and forth with small amounts. Login sometimes working, other times not.

Yet smart enough to build an exchange, provide POS functionality as a unique feature, allow trading in fractions of satoshis. Raking in interesting shitcoins from the fringes of the dark corners of the internets. Making it all work for loads of shitcoins and a respectable number of people. But again unwilling to communicate and seemingly unable to realize the results. Not doing a clear exit scam to grab and run but running the weirdest show.

Registering their shits at some random guys house in Den Haag. Or maybe they are the old guy there, who knows. Anyway, getting their domain name seized by the registrar for this. In their few and rare communications telling that they only communicate on their own site. Typically oneliners but few days ago an actual post with information. False or real, who knows. It's all too weird. But now that the domain is seized, how will they ever communicate to people on their site, which is inaccessible. And it is their only medium of communication they are willing to use. Hah.

Smart enough to set up CloudFlare to hide their IP's. To apparently hide from the registrar, and everything else in theory needed to hide themselves. Too stupid to hook themselves direct to their DB as root. And to expose their internal IP addresses allowing us to bypass CloudFlare in their error messages. Leaving an odd bot on coinsmarketschat.chatango.com to spam same "switching servers" message for weeks, while reporting different issues using a randomly changing oneliner on their page. The chatango chat turning day by day into more desperate place where people seemingly are taking stronger and stronger weed every day.

Well, I have some nice pile of shitcoins there that I would love to have back and trade some more on their interesting stuff. The POS staking was just great because I am just a noob too lazy to set up all the different wallets. Not really expecting to have anything any more, but this shit is so weird I keep watching it in fascination. Those shitcoins turned to BTC and fiat could've bought some nice pile of popcorn for sure.

If it does come up, I will keep using it for sure but have consider how much Smiley


Yeah right! I have to grab a bag of popcorn before I get caught up on the coinsmarkets latest.

I don't know if this is true or not, but a few months back someone was on coinsmarkets chatbox saying the owner was a teenage boy running the operation out of his mom's basement. If true that would explain a lot...
Very smart teenage boy. Grin I think it's just a joke.

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January 23, 2018, 12:09:34 PM
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Classic scam scheme. They're trying to show that everything will be okay while cleaning up traces behind them. I can even imagine that no one is doing anything, just a script randomly brings up and down the server in an abandoned basement.
Everyone wants no regulations. There you go.


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January 23, 2018, 12:13:28 PM
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I think its time to face facts here. Coinsmarkets.com has disappeared with everyone's coins, including mine.  Angry
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January 23, 2018, 12:17:59 PM
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Or take a look from the other side. If you are the operator and had intentions to fix the issue would you still fix it? When you know everyone is going to withdraw and never look back.
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January 23, 2018, 12:31:35 PM
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ip mail.coinsmarkets.com
https://www.whatsmydns.net/#A/mail.coinsmarkets.com

server is up :

http://185.66.140.234/walletstatus.php

DOMAIN PROBLEM

https://www.whois.com/whois/coinsmarkets.com

STATUS
clientHold
clientTransferProhibited


CLIENTHOLD:
This status code tells your domain's registry to not activate your domain in the DNS and as a consequence, it will not resolve. It is an uncommon status that is usually enacted during legal disputes, non-payment, or when your domain is subject to deletion.

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Domain names can be locked to protect against unauthorized changes. This status may be called "Registrar lock" or "Client Transfer Prohibited" (or a similar term).

If your registrar does not allow you to unlock your domain name yourself, please contact your registrar to have it unlocked. If your registrar does not unlock the domain or provide you with a reasonable method to unlock it within five days from your request, please submit a Transfer Complaint.

this prove 2 fact... 1 the server is up and work wallet are all synch
and 2 the dev it's not a good programmer becouse we would never have to see the real ip since he use cloudflare

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January 23, 2018, 12:50:18 PM
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Or take a look from the other side. If you are the operator and had intentions to fix the issue would you still fix it? When you know everyone is going to withdraw and never look back.
May be some withdraw and what? Many coins was listed only on Coinsmarkets, they would have traded on it anyway.
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January 23, 2018, 01:47:39 PM
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Or take a look from the other side. If you are the operator and had intentions to fix the issue would you still fix it? When you know everyone is going to withdraw and never look back.
You don't understand what CoinsMarkets is.
A lot of the shitcoins are listed only on CM. Also CM was a heaven for small PnD and volume inflation schemes. Those people will continue to use CM just because they have no alternative.
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January 23, 2018, 02:28:10 PM
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There is a website called CoinsMarkets.net up and running but I think it is a scamsite. It tries to phish for your login information. Does anyone know about this? Don't log in to it
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