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January 25, 2018, 04:36:20 PM
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If they really doing maintenance, and do some fixing things
at least they should let people to withdraw the coins , at least BTC and LTC
No social media , really an exchange site without social media to update informing status of exchange ? they living under the rock ?
website cant access, means it more likely closing down
no news at all. What did we expect ?  Grin

I might be totally wrong, so do some research if you really want to know; but from what i reckon it's not that simple.
In order to have pooled staking they need to have all coins in one wallet, right. So they have an complicated account data bank, managing your staking percentage and your shares and so on. With that you can't just give away any private keys to single percentages of that pools wallet... migrating that to new hardware really must be pain in the butt.
I'm probably ignorant, thinking that is obvious...

The website can be accessed btw: http://185.66.140.234/term.php

Hey Guido72, i'm totally contempt with them not coming back, as mentioned i got way more out than what i put in and what is in my account now.
Nice stealth referral btw Cheesy I'm already there since day one;)

Hey Kylo Ren, thanks for the tip, i'll have a look for sure!

For everybody being miserable over losses: Next time make sure to get your investment back out quick to lessen the hit if something goes down!
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January 25, 2018, 04:38:50 PM
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https://imgur.com/a/ePYdp

Wallets are online and scan date shows today (25-01)

According to block explorer my coins still there...

But while domain is blocked i dont know how long we'll have to wait for CM to come back online...


At least we know that servers are up and running, and domain was blocked from Gandi's side..
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January 25, 2018, 04:43:15 PM
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I have been optimistic until now, but it looks like the guys over at coinsmarkets.com were just buying time and had no intention of resuming the business.  At this point I have no hope.  The only reason I opened an account at Coinsmarkets.com was to buy Electra.  According to Electra's website, we could stake electra coins at Coinsmarkets.  It was an indirect recommendation from Electra.  There must be some relation between Electra and Coinsmarkets I am guessing.


I did the same. I know someone at electra and he told me, that they have 100% nothing to do with coinsmarkets. I dont know, if its true but i believe him.

And i believed cm would come again. But atm i have the feeling, that this is not possible for them. I mean, if they used a wrong adress and a wrong name, how would gandi give
them there account or the website back? What, if they are just some teenies and her parents dont know what they are doing with coinsmarkets? I mean, that is really possible.
The code of their website was written very poor. There is no communication. Maybe because they dont know what to do?

Just my 5 cents....

 
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Last edit: January 25, 2018, 04:56:17 PM by subhanallah
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If they really doing maintenance, and do some fixing things
at least they should let people to withdraw the coins , at least BTC and LTC
No social media , really an exchange site without social media to update informing status of exchange ? they living under the rock ?
website cant access, means it more likely closing down
no news at all. What did we expect ?  Grin

I might be totally wrong, so do some research if you really want to know; but from what i reckon it's not that simple.
In order to have pooled staking they need to have all coins in one wallet, right. So they have an complicated account data bank, managing your staking percentage and your shares and so on. With that you can't just give away any private keys to single percentages of that pools wallet... migrating that to new hardware really must be pain in the butt.
I'm probably ignorant, thinking that is obvious...

The website can be accessed btw: http://185.66.140.234/term.php

Hey Guido72, i'm totally contempt with them not coming back, as mentioned i got way more out than what i put in and what is in my account now.
Nice stealth referral btw Cheesy I'm already there since day one;)

Hey Kylo Ren, thanks for the tip, i'll have a look for sure!

For everybody being miserable over losses: Next time make sure to get your investment back out quick to lessen the hit if something goes down!

I said at least they should enable BTC and LTC withdrawal if they really do fix things.  Grin
other minority exchange site like coinexchange.io was do enable withdraw BTC when they fix emergency things as i remember
" The website can be accessed btw: http://185.66.140.234/term.php " where did you got that ip ? you pretty sure that belong to coinsmarkets.com ?
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January 25, 2018, 04:57:53 PM
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If they really doing maintenance, and do some fixing things
at least they should let people to withdraw the coins , at least BTC and LTC
No social media , really an exchange site without social media to update informing status of exchange ? they living under the rock ?
website cant access, means it more likely closing down
no news at all. What did we expect ?  Grin

I might be totally wrong, so do some research if you really want to know; but from what i reckon it's not that simple.
In order to have pooled staking they need to have all coins in one wallet, right. So they have an complicated account data bank, managing your staking percentage and your shares and so on. With that you can't just give away any private keys to single percentages of that pools wallet... migrating that to new hardware really must be pain in the butt.
I'm probably ignorant, thinking that is obvious...

The website can be accessed btw: http://185.66.140.234/term.php

Hey Guido72, i'm totally contempt with them not coming back, as mentioned i got way more out than what i put in and what is in my account now.
Nice stealth referral btw Cheesy I'm already there since day one;)

Hey Kylo Ren, thanks for the tip, i'll have a look for sure!

For everybody being miserable over losses: Next time make sure to get your investment back out quick to lessen the hit if something goes down!

I said at least they should enable BTC and LTC withdrawal if they really do fix things.  Grin
other minority exchange site like coinexchange.io was do enable withdraw BTC when they fix emergency things as i remember
" The website can be accessed btw: http://185.66.140.234/term.php " where did you got that ip ? you pretty sure that belong to coinsmarkets.com ?

I'm not sure abt this, but you can get the IP of websites when you ping them through CMD. He probably got this back when CM was still running with the old domain name
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January 25, 2018, 05:32:52 PM
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Guys be carefull with coinmarkets.com (the exchange for XIOS). It's a scam.
Server is in the US. The URL is registred in The Netherlands. I called that address. Got an old lady on the phone that hang up because she does't talk to strangers

I read somewhere that the XIOS and coinsmarkets developers are the same people. Look at this article: https://steemit.com/bitcoin/@theminerhub/xuez-hard-fork-from-xios-collapse

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Sometime in late October the developer ButterRose claimed to be having medical issues with his mother and was taking time off to care for her. Additionally, a friend of his known as MasterTrader777 on discord was supposedly going to keep the project moving forward.

This is part of the message posted on 19 Jan in the news section on coinsmarkets.com:

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Now add to that the last senior support remaining have some family issue and was forced to be off  most of the time .

This is the link to ButterRose, the developer mentioned in the article on steemit
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1196843
He registered on this forum on October 8, 2017 and the last login was on December 24. MasterTrader777 (mentioned in the article https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=423115) was last active on December 24 too.
Surprisingly, Xios stopped to exist on Jan 5, the day coinsmarkets went down and to be swapped to another shitcoin, Xuez.

....has the fork to XUEZ already made?
Xios is in the process of being swapped for Xuez. Coins bought after Jan 5 will not be eligible to be swapped.

Interesting. I would not be surprised if the scum behind Xios and Coinsmarkets are the same.

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January 25, 2018, 06:29:19 PM
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I said at least they should enable BTC and LTC withdrawal if they really do fix things.  Grin
other minority exchange site like coinexchange.io was do enable withdraw BTC when they fix emergency things as i remember
" The website can be accessed btw: http://185.66.140.234/term.php " where did you got that ip ? you pretty sure that belong to coinsmarkets.com ?


Sry, i must have put that to broad. What i think is probable, from my experience in programming and with (lazy) programmers, is that their system might treat all coins the same. So all coins in the data bank would be potentially seen as stake-able, and they just set options. If so, they might not get the info about what account has what balance before they did actually fix the data bank. And the data bank, they said last, is the problem.

Again, that just is a idea for why it would be not that easy, don't take it for facts please. I haven't checked the balances like other users here have.

I got the IP address from the FlagFox-plugin for IceDragon/FireFox i use, that shows server location, Flag and IP in my URL bar thingy. I then note IPs when i make Bookmarks to minimize the risks of phishing sites and stuff. You should be able to find that with a quick search, if interested Wink
If i click on it now i get this: https://iplookup.flagfox.net/?ip=104.20.209.69&host=bitcointalk.org for example.
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January 25, 2018, 08:01:59 PM
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 If so, they might not get the info about what account has what balance before they did actually fix the data bank. And the data bank, they said last, is the problem.


Well - in there last (and only) communication, they actually said that they actually successfully fixed the Database, and they are only changing the hoster and some other minor issues,so I would have guessed to more days, but this was almost a week ago..
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January 25, 2018, 08:12:27 PM
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Well, and their total supply of Buzz shows that they are on the wrong chain (of course) - after the recent hardfork, staking was significantly slowed, and thus the total supply of Buzz is smaller than that shown by coinsmarkets... Sad   - (of course, we would expect that they don't update wallets while they are otherwise down..)
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January 25, 2018, 08:42:51 PM
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Well, and their total supply of Buzz shows that they are on the wrong chain (of course) - after the recent hardfork, staking was significantly slowed, and thus the total supply of Buzz is smaller than that shown by coinsmarkets... Sad   - (of course, we would expect that they don't update wallets while they are otherwise down..)
Buzz is correct. I think it's because you're looking at BTX?
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January 25, 2018, 08:44:53 PM
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People who want their coins back and fix this mess ,
Try to get back the domain by signing this and show to gandi, that coinsmarkets were trying to fix it by updating us every 2-3 days

https://chn.ge/2E8X3XB
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January 25, 2018, 08:58:35 PM
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 If so, they might not get the info about what account has what balance before they did actually fix the data bank. And the data bank, they said last, is the problem.


Well - in there last (and only) communication, they actually said that they actually successfully fixed the Database, and they are only changing the hoster and some other minor issues,so I would have guessed to more days, but this was almost a week ago..

Ah, thanks for pointing that out! I haven't actually checked daily for a few days now. Where did you read that?
There have been at least 6 different update messages on the website itself, nonetheless.
Right now it still says "...Process taking longer than expected with fixing DB , ..." - though, since the site is not reachable over the URL, that might not be relevant.

We'll see i guess...

edit: Oh i reckon you mean formal news in that news section, right? Yeah, that was handled poorly.
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January 25, 2018, 09:20:08 PM
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They updated the news section of the site now:

Time : 2018-01-25
Now gandi (Domain registrar) took over our domain , we are working with them to restore access , Please stop bombaring hosting and domain registrar , You are just delaying the process of getting back coinsmarkets online.


FROM ME:
NOW YOU SURE THEY WILL COME BACK 100%
SO PLEASE, JUST PLEASE LET THEM FIX THE SITE AND DO NOT CREATE A NEW MESS FOR THEM WITH COMPLAINING AND CRYING ANYTHING TO ANYONE
LET COINSMARKETS COME BACK ALIVE SOONER PLEASE END THIS YOU PEOPLE
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January 25, 2018, 09:23:41 PM
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They updated the news section of the site now:

Time : 2018-01-25
Now gandi (Domain registrar) took over our domain , we are working with them to restore access , Please stop bombaring hosting and domain registrar , You are just delaying the process of getting back coinsmarkets online.





where did you see that message?
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January 25, 2018, 09:26:15 PM
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They updated the news section of the site now:

Time : 2018-01-25
Now gandi (Domain registrar) took over our domain , we are working with them to restore access , Please stop bombaring hosting and domain registrar , You are just delaying the process of getting back coinsmarkets online.





where did you see that message?

You can see it here http://185.66.140.234/news.php
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January 25, 2018, 09:37:38 PM
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Maybe that's just me, but i can see that message only on the index page. To the right of the trade history:
http://185.66.140.234/index.php

I'm out for now, have a great day/night/time folks!
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January 25, 2018, 09:47:59 PM
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They updated the news section of the site now:

Time : 2018-01-25
Now gandi (Domain registrar) took over our domain , we are working with them to restore access , Please stop bombaring hosting and domain registrar , You are just delaying the process of getting back coinsmarkets online.


FROM ME:
NOW YOU SURE THEY WILL COME BACK 100%
SO PLEASE, JUST PLEASE LET THEM FIX THE SITE AND DO NOT CREATE A NEW MESS FOR THEM WITH COMPLAINING AND CRYING ANYTHING TO ANYONE
LET COINSMARKETS COME BACK ALIVE SOONER PLEASE END THIS YOU PEOPLE
I found the photo of CM's devs before the senior left them. The senior is on the right.
https://media.giphy.com/media/3o6ozxZ37wJbc2N8TS/giphy.gif
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January 25, 2018, 09:55:26 PM
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They updated the news section of the site now:

Time : 2018-01-25
Now gandi (Domain registrar) took over our domain , we are working with them to restore access , Please stop bombaring hosting and domain registrar , You are just delaying the process of getting back coinsmarkets online.


FROM ME:
NOW YOU SURE THEY WILL COME BACK 100%
SO PLEASE, JUST PLEASE LET THEM FIX THE SITE AND DO NOT CREATE A NEW MESS FOR THEM WITH COMPLAINING AND CRYING ANYTHING TO ANYONE
LET COINSMARKETS COME BACK ALIVE SOONER PLEASE END THIS YOU PEOPLE

lel. ^^^ This guy.
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January 25, 2018, 09:58:40 PM
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They updated the news section of the site now:

Time : 2018-01-25
Now gandi (Domain registrar) took over our domain , we are working with them to restore access , Please stop bombaring hosting and domain registrar , You are just delaying the process of getting back coinsmarkets online.


FROM ME:
NOW YOU SURE THEY WILL COME BACK 100%
SO PLEASE, JUST PLEASE LET THEM FIX THE SITE AND DO NOT CREATE A NEW MESS FOR THEM WITH COMPLAINING AND CRYING ANYTHING TO ANYONE
LET COINSMARKETS COME BACK ALIVE SOONER PLEASE END THIS YOU PEOPLE

lel. ^^^ This guy.

Wow blame the victims like running salt in your wounds



This is the biggest crypto coin scam I ever seen
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January 25, 2018, 10:00:44 PM
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WHY THEY ALWAYS BLIND AND DO NOT WRITE ABOUT THE PROBLEM HERE OR THE TWITTER
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