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January 12, 2018, 11:00:40 AM
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 I understand that the block explorer cannot make changes but is it the accepted true record of where the coins are held - so why cannot the devs in circumstances such as these remove the authority of the exchange to write these records and assign the authority to another exchange that is more reputable
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January 12, 2018, 11:03:07 AM
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So i have a theory, everybody knows the initial reason we all thought coinsmarket went down in the first place. New ECA customers overloaded the site and caused the damn thing to blow up. Right well after several days of lack of communication I too am beginning to get worried however once checking the block chain and noticing the irregularity in my balance which is listed as a little over 2 btc, i realized that during the day of the actual crash I was selling ECA for litecoin. when I check my litecoin wallet in the block chain it actually says that I have a zero balance. The balance on coinsmarket remains accurate which is a little over 80 litecoins

So from my understanding of this the transactions that happened if you were trading on that day were not correctly updated due to the server overload so although the ledger in coinsmarket is still correct with our balances the blockchain still has yet to receive the accurate data which would cause an even more large amount of mayhem in order for them to fix.

the lack of communication is by far the worst part of the unknown about this. But during my frustration from the early beginnings of the ECA Overload i would send messages to the support and it was always short very low in details and just basically said please dont spam support.

So the dev is getting blasted with so many emails, death threats, you name it, etc... he's probably freaking out, a simple update from something that sounds human would make us all feel a little bit better..


but from how i look at it.. the balances just haven't caught up yet and they do actually have a lot of work to do.


https://live.blockcypher.com/ltc/address/LSw5eeiwXCBBoeNMkk7e5WjSzMRwimnn23/?before=1328702    here is my litecoin wallet which should have 80 coins

https://live.blockcypher.com/btc/address/1JmsctGR1CaG2bY59VY2rmJDGpAGNsCCBh/     here is my bitcoin wallet which shows 2.07 which is the total of my deposits from that day however i currently as on coinsmarket only have .92 btc    

any thoughts on this guys?


I think this is possible. I have the same. I bought some B3 with LTC when the site didnt work well anymore. On the blockchain it said I still have all the LTC but in my wallet on CM I already have the B3. The blockchain of B3 said that there is 0 B3 on that wallet.
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January 12, 2018, 11:06:52 AM
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anyone who has previously dealt with the support knows how short they are in conversation, english also isn't most likely their first language.. My brain can't even comprehend how difficult it would be to clear up this whole mess, but I do believe that realizing the magnitude of the situation breaths gravity into my weightlessness of worry.
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January 12, 2018, 11:18:45 AM
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There is absolutely no reason at all for the lack of communication if things are okay, the only option I see is that the sh*t has hit the fan in one way or another.

If he's not running off with the money then I expect either a hack or system issue that has resulted in a loss of access to wallets or similar. There is absolutely no reason we wouldn't get an update if things were okay.

Writing off my funds, will check back now and then just in case I'm wrong.

Although I'm not defending coinsmarkets. Bittrex disabled and unverified pretty much all their accounts and they were silent about it for months. They had 500k support tickets open and it took them 2 months to make an official statement. This happens to all exchanges, sure coinsmarkets is more shady just like mercatox and others but the big fishes are also just as shady and also lack communication with their customers.

I Agree with you, I had 1 BTC on Bittrex and they blocked my account and they didn`t answer me for 2 months.

But this is different, I think they will come back because they doesn`t have any reason to put their profits down because of some coins !
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January 12, 2018, 11:28:12 AM
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There is absolutely no reason at all for the lack of communication if things are okay, the only option I see is that the sh*t has hit the fan in one way or another.

If he's not running off with the money then I expect either a hack or system issue that has resulted in a loss of access to wallets or similar. There is absolutely no reason we wouldn't get an update if things were okay.

Writing off my funds, will check back now and then just in case I'm wrong.

Although I'm not defending coinsmarkets. Bittrex disabled and unverified pretty much all their accounts and they were silent about it for months. They had 500k support tickets open and it took them 2 months to make an official statement. This happens to all exchanges, sure coinsmarkets is more shady just like mercatox and others but the big fishes are also just as shady and also lack communication with their customers.

Not sure when this Bittrex thing you mention happened, but I can log into slack and talk to Bittrex staff with 0 effort, unlike "search party of 4" exchange CoinsMarkets.
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January 12, 2018, 11:34:33 AM
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So i have a theory, everybody knows the initial reason we all thought coinsmarket went down in the first place. New ECA customers overloaded the site and caused the damn thing to blow up. Right well after several days of lack of communication I too am beginning to get worried however once checking the block chain and noticing the irregularity in my balance which is listed as a little over 2 btc, i realized that during the day of the actual crash I was selling ECA for litecoin. when I check my litecoin wallet in the block chain it actually says that I have a zero balance. The balance on coinsmarket remains accurate which is a little over 80 litecoins

So from my understanding of this the transactions that happened if you were trading on that day were not correctly updated due to the server overload so although the ledger in coinsmarket is still correct with our balances the blockchain still has yet to receive the accurate data which would cause an even more large amount of mayhem in order for them to fix.

the lack of communication is by far the worst part of the unknown about this. But during my frustration from the early beginnings of the ECA Overload i would send messages to the support and it was always short very low in details and just basically said please dont spam support.

So the dev is getting blasted with so many emails, death threats, you name it, etc... he's probably freaking out, a simple update from something that sounds human would make us all feel a little bit better..


but from how i look at it.. the balances just haven't caught up yet and they do actually have a lot of work to do.


https://live.blockcypher.com/ltc/address/LSw5eeiwXCBBoeNMkk7e5WjSzMRwimnn23/?before=1328702    here is my litecoin wallet which should have 80 coins

https://live.blockcypher.com/btc/address/1JmsctGR1CaG2bY59VY2rmJDGpAGNsCCBh/     here is my bitcoin wallet which shows 2.07 which is the total of my deposits from that day however i currently as on coinsmarket only have .92 btc    

any thoughts on this guys?


I think this is possible. I have the same. I bought some B3 with LTC when the site didnt work well anymore. On the blockchain it said I still have all the LTC but in my wallet on CM I already have the B3. The blockchain of B3 said that there is 0 B3 on that wallet.


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"when I check my litecoin wallet in the block chain it actually says that I have a zero balance. The balance on coinsmarket remains accurate which is a little over 80 litecoins"

This is the more worrying part. The wallet you see is just an interface to the exchange. It can show you whatever they want it to show you.

Your bitcoin wallet has what you say it has, but maybe if they are stealing, they will leave the btc to last in order to cash out.

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If they halted service, they obviously woudn't bother getting the B3 as they can cash out more easily with LTC.

I have no idea what is going on but it looks very bad. The site is now unsecure when you go there - no https so it looks like some kind DNS hijack, or more accurately a staged DNS hijack and twey are robbing all the funds.

Either way, they are either stealing your crednetials when you log in now, or they have complete control anyway so it wouldn't matter. Or, and I hope it'sw this one - they are bogged down with work, but unfortunaltely I just don't see that.

I hope I'm wrong as I have money on there, but it looks bad. The fact that nobody knows who they are, they don't communicate, the site is unsecured and they could be stealing your credentials all points to bad news. In 6 months time, it might look the same as it does now except there will have been activity in the wallets.


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" I understand that the block explorer cannot make changes but is it the accepted true record of where the coins are held - so why cannot the devs in circumstances such as these remove the authority of the exchange to write these records and assign the authority to another exchange that is more reputable"

That's not whow it works, noone has authority over the blockchain - that's the whole point. It's a big target for organised crime for that reason. Noone can stop them. This isn't VISA

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Seems like a staged/fake cover for a DNS attack when they are probably carrying out the attack thermselves. BTW, isn't cloudflare centralized. We need to be moving away from this stuff too, towards blockstack etc.

And remember, we don't have the priavate keys to our wallets even if the funds remain there.

This is why we MUST HAVE decentralized exchanges. We need lots of atomic swaps. Technology like 0x, BNT, Loopring and Kyber etc needs to be supported more. If your favorite coin doesn't have atomic swaps on the road map, should it be your favorite?

This is cryptoland - it's the wild west. Don't count on people being brought to justice. It's a hackers paradise.
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January 12, 2018, 11:48:24 AM
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that still wouldn't answer why my bitcoin wallet has a total that I know i don't have in my bitcoin wallet.  I have less than 2 btc, i only uploaded that amount during that day, bought eca with it, traded the eca for litecoins, all of those trades happen during the day the crash happened and haven't been updated correctly, although my intial deposit for btc has, everything else would be correct except for the trades i made, nah man. i think they really are bogged down with work, and unless somebody shows me real proof of my coins being moved everything looks as it should to me.


the no communication part sucks, and i don't know what to do if and when the site gets back up and running because i love to trade on this site, i started with .1 btc and grew it into 5btc. so i will be using it again once it goes back up, only this time when i start to notice glitchy errors i will be moving my money out immediately and will cease all trades.
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January 12, 2018, 12:02:15 PM
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that still wouldn't answer why my bitcoin wallet has a total that I know i don't have in my bitcoin wallet.  I have less than 2 btc, i only uploaded that amount during that day, bought eca with it, traded the eca for litecoins, all of those trades happen during the day the crash happened and haven't been updated correctly, although my intial deposit for btc has, everything else would be correct except for the trades i made, nah man. i think they really are bogged down with work, and unless somebody shows me real proof of my coins being moved everything looks as it should to me.


the no communication part sucks, and i don't know what to do if and when the site gets back up and running because i love to trade on this site, i started with .1 btc and grew it into 5btc. so i will be using it again once it goes back up, only this time when i start to notice glitchy errors i will be moving my money out immediately and will cease all trades.

I'm very sorry to hear that. It sounds like you have a lot to lose if you started it from there. But you really should have moved it when it got 0.5 btc  not 5 btc...
It's human greed in the end. Rich fiat vested people that rip off peoples pensions set up a karma of guanteed failure as the world of their children is reduced to rubble. There is ultimately nowhere to hide.

People who are vested in the tech of crypto / cypherpunks fair the best as they understand the risks.
Ethereum and NEO are goin to be huge this year as people move all their funds off exchanges and invest in ICO's etc.

The crorrect repsonse here is to embrace full decentralization. We need initiatives like Blockstack, 0x, Kyber, Loopring, BNT, Civic, Request, Steem, Tron, Verge, maybe even Mysterium etc. to thrive. I hodl none of those right now, I sold my Request. But Im thinking of holdling all of them.

I also want to change the way I exchange. I want to work more offline with Ethereum and NEO as my big currencies.
Web sites are centralized - they are our enemy sooner or later. We need distrabuted DNS, onion routing or equivalent.

I'm down about my losses to coinsmarkets if that turns out to be the case, but I will never leave crypto. It's prbably intelligence agencies behind a lot of this anyway - Bankster goons with brains and nothing more.
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January 12, 2018, 12:05:40 PM
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In 2017 it was a slow, but working exchange. But now their site is down more than two weeks! I can imagine how many people lost money during this time.

Just hope their migration will succesfully end.
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January 12, 2018, 12:11:14 PM
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In 2017 it was a slow, but working exchange. But now their site is down more than two weeks! I can imagine how many people lost money during this time.

Just hope their migration will succesfully end.
it's literally been a week and a half you mongoloid
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January 12, 2018, 12:19:26 PM
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i also luckily pulled out the other 3 btc worth of cryptos and put them in a different locations, so i am not completely out of it if this holds full weight to being a scam, but i still however have faith, due to the surge in users that day and the balances not having been updated correctly during the time in which the transactions occurred.
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January 12, 2018, 12:24:51 PM
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All walets now offline ?

http://185.66.143.252/walletstatus.php?ticker=BTC

https://coinsmarkets.com/walletstatus.php
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January 12, 2018, 12:47:48 PM
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Help me understand this tho.

Why would they need to "Stall" if they're doing an exit scam? Why not just unplug everything and transfer everything in their wallet?

My guess is, someone fucked up. There have been reports that they have incorrect balances on ECA(more than they should have), thats why we saw some buy tests in the ECA trading in CM in particular.

Plus if you look at their old screenshots,they barely have had 1 btc in volume on trading, and people are saying the site was slow even then. Imagine now when they have 140btc volume trades at max
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January 12, 2018, 01:10:47 PM
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If they are back I actually gain alot from their down time. Was about to sell NMS at 0.0005 on them. Tongue
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January 12, 2018, 01:17:23 PM
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They have to come back I had about 3 BTC on there just for a day and this happend,  I'm getting crazy

CM devs, please come back if you are hearing us you could earn so much better than whenever if you keep the exchange up again...

they are working they will back soon


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yes man i have 10k velox on that exchange ... so why create fake image

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January 12, 2018, 01:33:53 PM
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So i have a theory, everybody knows the initial reason we all thought coinsmarket went down in the first place. New ECA customers overloaded the site and caused the damn thing to blow up. Right well after several days of lack of communication I too am beginning to get worried however once checking the block chain and noticing the irregularity in my balance which is listed as a little over 2 btc, i realized that during the day of the actual crash I was selling ECA for litecoin. when I check my litecoin wallet in the block chain it actually says that I have a zero balance. The balance on coinsmarket remains accurate which is a little over 80 litecoins

So from my understanding of this the transactions that happened if you were trading on that day were not correctly updated due to the server overload so although the ledger in coinsmarket is still correct with our balances the blockchain still has yet to receive the accurate data which would cause an even more large amount of mayhem in order for them to fix.

the lack of communication is by far the worst part of the unknown about this. But during my frustration from the early beginnings of the ECA Overload i would send messages to the support and it was always short very low in details and just basically said please dont spam support.

So the dev is getting blasted with so many emails, death threats, you name it, etc... he's probably freaking out, a simple update from something that sounds human would make us all feel a little bit better..


but from how i look at it.. the balances just haven't caught up yet and they do actually have a lot of work to do.


https://live.blockcypher.com/ltc/address/LSw5eeiwXCBBoeNMkk7e5WjSzMRwimnn23/?before=1328702    here is my litecoin wallet which should have 80 coins

https://live.blockcypher.com/btc/address/1JmsctGR1CaG2bY59VY2rmJDGpAGNsCCBh/     here is my bitcoin wallet which shows 2.07 which is the total of my deposits from that day however i currently as on coinsmarket only have .92 btc    

any thoughts on this guys?





This has two points, CM is a huge website, they are making huge profit why would the leave? The only kind of person who would SCAM is a stupid person.

You can't run a website like this without traces, so a smart person will know that. But if the person is the person i mentioned STUPID than he will run.

The second is this website had in december 4 million people going to it, novembre they only had under 1 million, en octobre even les some about 500.000.

So i dont know what to think, i worked with servers before in Datacenters, and it is a hell of a job with a lot headache. Maybe they are closed from the world, and dont see anything because they only work on the servers.

But again this is only plausible, i hope i am right and the come back.
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They have to come back I had about 3 BTC on there just for a day and this happend,  I'm getting crazy

CM devs, please come back if you are hearing us you could earn so much better than whenever if you keep the exchange up again...

they are working they will back soon


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yes man i have 10k velox on that exchange ... so why create fake image

I checked on myself and the dots are red.

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January 12, 2018, 01:53:20 PM
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are you stupid??? it's not a fake i did it
and yesterday some people have seen wallet online

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January 12, 2018, 01:55:45 PM
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Don't feel bad people. I moved $50k of COLX to their site to sell before they went offline. I'm now seeing that COLX was broken down in many different transactions and sent to various wallets. It really doesn't make sense. Currently crypto. exchanges are making a killing in fees. You would have to be semi-retarded to ruin your life for such short term gains, compared to the years of money they could make off of fees charged. It just seems to me that something else is in play here.
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January 12, 2018, 01:58:17 PM
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Don't feel bad people. I moved $50k of COLX to their site to sell before they went offline. I'm now seeing that COLX was broken down in many different transactions and sent to various wallets. It really doesn't make sense. Currently crypto. exchanges are making a killing in fees. You would have to be semi-retarded to ruin your life for such short term gains, compared to the years of money they could make off of fees charged. It just seems to me that something else is in play here.

if colx is a pos coin it's normal see transaction on that wallet....

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