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December 12, 2015, 11:29:41 PM
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Cryptsy really looks like it is going down. Withdrawing btc seems hopeless, but can people withdraw HBN and other alt coins? Or is it totally shutdown.

I used cryptsy less and less as my withdraw delays took longer and longer.

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December 12, 2015, 11:59:49 PM
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Anyone looking to buy HBN, we have 2k for sale in our OTC thread atm.
Happy staking!

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December 13, 2015, 12:42:27 AM
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Cryptsy really looks like it is going down. Withdrawing btc seems hopeless, but can people withdraw HBN and other alt coins? Or is it totally shutdown.

I used cryptsy less and less as my withdraw delays took longer and longer.

The rats were all leaving the hold and I could hear a gawd awful sucking noise as the black hole of crypto started imploding, drawing in all deposits and not letting anything out.  I'm kind of a long term investor so I guess I'll just stake and hold for a while until some better opportunities open up or someone sends the “all clear” signal. My tail end is still burning after my frightful experience dumping and running, but I did manage to get some HBN and other coins out.  Sad
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December 13, 2015, 01:05:29 AM
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Cryptsy really looks like it is going down. Withdrawing btc seems hopeless, but can people withdraw HBN and other alt coins? Or is it totally shutdown.

I used cryptsy less and less as my withdraw delays took longer and longer.

The rats were all leaving the hold and I could hear a gawd awful sucking noise as the black hole of crypto started imploding, drawing in all deposits and not letting anything out.  I'm kind of a long term investor so I guess I'll just stake and hold for a while until some better opportunities open up or someone sends the “all clear” signal. My tail end is still burning after my frightful experience dumping and running, but I did manage to get some HBN and other coins out.  Sad

I have withdrawn hbn without issues, btc took 24 hours

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December 13, 2015, 02:23:18 AM
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There are 80000 HBN for grabs at cryptsy @ 1.3 BTC
Might grab it if it holds

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December 13, 2015, 02:24:11 AM
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Cryptsy really looks like it is going down. Withdrawing btc seems hopeless, but can people withdraw HBN and other alt coins? Or is it totally shutdown.

I used cryptsy less and less as my withdraw delays took longer and longer.

I was already hacked several times anyway, once I almost withdrawn 15 btc out of thin air

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December 13, 2015, 10:21:42 AM
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Poloniex or Bittrex would be nice.  Only thing I do not like about Bittrex is how quickly they drop coins if the trading volume slows for any length of time.

Poloniex usually snubs any new coin requests. Also they block New York Residents from their exchange.  Tongue
Bittrex you have to pay ~ 3BTC, if I remember correctly, but they delist as soon as payed time is over.

HBN already Listed with Cryptopia, just enough people are not using it yet.
Try Yobit also and see if they will add HBN, even if they charge , they will be a lot cheaper than Bittrex, and don't seem to be delisting crazy.
Plus it increases your market share to people who only speak Russian & Chinese.

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December 13, 2015, 11:44:10 AM
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seems any cryptsy main exchange coins suffer the same way. ...
interesting read about than new china exchange

 
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December 13, 2015, 12:02:57 PM
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Cryptsy really looks like it is going down. Withdrawing btc seems hopeless, but can people withdraw HBN and other alt coins? Or is it totally shutdown.

I used cryptsy less and less as my withdraw delays took longer and longer.

The rats were all leaving the hold and I could hear a gawd awful sucking noise as the black hole of crypto started imploding, drawing in all deposits and not letting anything out.  I'm kind of a long term investor so I guess I'll just stake and hold for a while until some better opportunities open up or someone sends the “all clear” signal. My tail end is still burning after my frightful experience dumping and running, but I did manage to get some HBN and other coins out.  Sad

I have withdrawn hbn without issues, btc took 24 hours
You have to be very lucky, my btc withdrawal from cryptsy is pending for 4 weeks now.. 4 weeks!!! I wouldnt recommend cryptsy to anyone at the moment.
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December 13, 2015, 01:30:31 PM
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Cryptsy really looks like it is going down. Withdrawing btc seems hopeless, but can people withdraw HBN and other alt coins? Or is it totally shutdown.

I used cryptsy less and less as my withdraw delays took longer and longer.

The rats were all leaving the hold and I could hear a gawd awful sucking noise as the black hole of crypto started imploding, drawing in all deposits and not letting anything out.  I'm kind of a long term investor so I guess I'll just stake and hold for a while until some better opportunities open up or someone sends the “all clear” signal. My tail end is still burning after my frightful experience dumping and running, but I did manage to get some HBN and other coins out.  Sad

I have withdrawn hbn without issues, btc took 24 hours
You have to be very lucky, my btc withdrawal from cryptsy is pending for 4 weeks now.. 4 weeks!!! I wouldnt recommend cryptsy to anyone at the moment.
Looks like cryptsy lost my ether though... they link a transaction which never happened

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December 13, 2015, 07:31:35 PM
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Seems like Polo might be the way to go at least for a starters.  How are the expericnes with them? I used them about 6 months ago with HYP, seemed ok then. Still good?

I'll draft some type of proposal for them, perhaps we will need to get a bounty as well. 


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December 13, 2015, 09:43:46 PM
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Seems like Polo might be the way to go at least for a starters.  How are the expericnes with them? I used them about 6 months ago with HYP, seemed ok then. Still good?

I'll draft some type of proposal for them, perhaps we will need to get a bounty as well. 



I'm thinking of trying Cryptopia out it looks interesting, but I really don't know.  Poloniex has worked well for me in the past but I haven't used it recently.  Polo seems to be courting a more intimate relationship of the “I'll tickle your feet if you tickle mine” variety where you can't make any withdrawals unless you disclose all your private parts.  Cheesy 

Quote terms: “Poloniex may, from time to time, implement policies restricting Verification Levels by nationality, country of residence, or any other factor. This may affect your ability to withdraw funds in your account and you indemnify Poloniex against any losses associated with an inability to deposit and/or withdraw funds based on your verification level.”

I've heard that the 20 richest people in the USA now own more wealth than the lower half of the US population and it is obvious that they have the strong arm of the US government behind them or there would be a more equitable tax structure.  Therefor I conclude that Polo might be enticed to close and clam up like Crypsty, so unfortunately I don't think it is worth the effort to get started there if it is going to cost much imho.
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December 13, 2015, 11:19:35 PM
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best thing to do on cryptsy right now is to convert all your bitcoin or major altcoins to hobonickels and withdraw.
hobonickels withdrawal works just fine. I did quite large volume without a problem.

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December 13, 2015, 11:20:51 PM
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Seems like Polo might be the way to go at least for a starters.  How are the expericnes with them? I used them about 6 months ago with HYP, seemed ok then. Still good?

I'll draft some type of proposal for them, perhaps we will need to get a bounty as well.  

I'm thinking of trying Cryptopia out it looks interesting, but I really don't know.  Poloniex has worked well for me in the past but I haven't used it recently.  Polo seems to be courting a more intimate relationship of the “I'll tickle your feet if you tickle mine” variety where you can't make any withdrawals unless you disclose all your private parts.  Cheesy  

Quote terms: “Poloniex may, from time to time, implement policies restricting Verification Levels by nationality, country of residence, or any other factor. This may affect your ability to withdraw funds in your account and you indemnify Poloniex against any losses associated with an inability to deposit and/or withdraw funds based on your verification level.”

I've heard that the 20 richest people in the USA now own more wealth than the lower half of the US population and it is obvious that they have the strong arm of the US government behind them or there would be a more equitable tax structure.  Therefor I conclude that Polo might be enticed to close and clam up like Crypsty, so unfortunately I don't think it is worth the effort to get started there if it is going to cost much imho.


As you can probably gather from my previous posts, my experience with Cryptopia has been a good one. When you transact out, you get a little pop up message saying something like: 'this withdrawal request will be processed within 60 seconds'. I haven't come across a time when it hasn't.

To my mind, Poloniex would be a sideways move. I like Major Max's BTER suggestion.


Yes... Many exchanges review the trading volume regularly. The volume in HBN is unlikely to be large in the forseeable future. Best to take enough time to get onto a couple of stable exchanges, and continue to monitor exchange requirements. BTER has been around a while and does distinguish between new/small/large coins.

I think that we should use Cryptopia https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/ and make a concerted effort to go for BTER https://bter.com/ref/218277. That would give HoboNickels full on exposure to the Chinese and Asian Markets as well as to those in the West.
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December 14, 2015, 08:57:43 AM
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If we can get some volume moving on Cryptopia, I think it's ok. I wanted Poloniex because it has quite a lot of coins, like Bittrex. That would basically be a Cryptsy replacement. But BTER would be a move forward I guess.

Also, I have left Cryptsy as of today

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December 14, 2015, 11:51:40 AM
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I'm going to compile and test my db update and flying delorean fix in a minute
-keeping the old build_detect_platform

apt-get install build-essential libssl-dev libboost-all-dev libdb5.1 libdb5.1-dev libdb5.1++-dev --fix-missing
apt-get -f install
sed -i 's/O2/O3/g' makefile.unix
make -f makefile.unix USE_UPNP=-
strip --strip-unneeded hobonickelsd

---build successful---

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December 14, 2015, 03:00:30 PM
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Seems like Polo might be the way to go at least for a starters.  How are the expericnes with them? I used them about 6 months ago with HYP, seemed ok then. Still good?

I'll draft some type of proposal for them, perhaps we will need to get a bounty as well.  

I'm thinking of trying Cryptopia out it looks interesting, but I really don't know.  Poloniex has worked well for me in the past but I haven't used it recently.  Polo seems to be courting a more intimate relationship of the “I'll tickle your feet if you tickle mine” variety where you can't make any withdrawals unless you disclose all your private parts.  Cheesy  

Quote terms: “Poloniex may, from time to time, implement policies restricting Verification Levels by nationality, country of residence, or any other factor. This may affect your ability to withdraw funds in your account and you indemnify Poloniex against any losses associated with an inability to deposit and/or withdraw funds based on your verification level.”

I've heard that the 20 richest people in the USA now own more wealth than the lower half of the US population and it is obvious that they have the strong arm of the US government behind them or there would be a more equitable tax structure.  Therefor I conclude that Polo might be enticed to close and clam up like Crypsty, so unfortunately I don't think it is worth the effort to get started there if it is going to cost much imho.


As you can probably gather from my previous posts, my experience with Cryptopia has been a good one. When you transact out, you get a little pop up message saying something like: 'this withdrawal request will be processed within 60 seconds'. I haven't come across a time when it hasn't.

To my mind, Poloniex would be a sideways move. I like Major Max's BTER suggestion.


Yes... Many exchanges review the trading volume regularly. The volume in HBN is unlikely to be large in the forseeable future. Best to take enough time to get onto a couple of stable exchanges, and continue to monitor exchange requirements. BTER has been around a while and does distinguish between new/small/large coins.

I think that we should use Cryptopia https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/ and make a concerted effort to go for BTER https://bter.com/ref/218277. That would give HoboNickels full on exposure to the Chinese and Asian Markets as well as to those in the West.


I have a major issue with Cryptopia that I hope isn't their fault. When I go to the settings page and try to change anything, it says I need a 4-8 character pin. I see no place to enter a pin. This gives me a red flag.
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I have a major issue with Cryptopia that I hope isn't their fault. When I go to the settings page and try to change anything, it says I need a 4-8 character pin. I see no place to enter a pin. This gives me a red flag.
Hey mate I'm an admin at Cryptopia and did you ever set a pin for your account? Cause I know that people can set a pin number that needs to be entered for all sorts of things like whenever I log into my Cryptopia account I have to enter my 4 digit PIN after my login and password are entered.  If you don't remember if you did or not just open a support ticket and I'll make sure that I bring it to the attention of the owners ASAP to help you get the problem fixed Smiley Cheers

 

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I have a major issue with Cryptopia that I hope isn't their fault. When I go to the settings page and try to change anything, it says I need a 4-8 character pin. I see no place to enter a pin. This gives me a red flag.
Hey mate I'm an admin at Cryptopia and did you ever set a pin for your account? Cause I know that people can set a pin number that needs to be entered for all sorts of things like whenever I log into my Cryptopia account I have to enter my 4 digit PIN after my login and password are entered.  If you don't remember if you did or not just open a support ticket and I'll make sure that I bring it to the attention of the owners ASAP to help you get the problem fixed Smiley Cheers

That's the thing. I didn't set any of that up and it only appears on the security page.

"The pin must be between 4 and 8 digits." is exactly what pops up

There isn't even a spot to enter the pin. Is chrome not good to use on the site?
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I have a major issue with Cryptopia that I hope isn't their fault. When I go to the settings page and try to change anything, it says I need a 4-8 character pin. I see no place to enter a pin. This gives me a red flag.
Hey mate I'm an admin at Cryptopia and did you ever set a pin for your account? Cause I know that people can set a pin number that needs to be entered for all sorts of things like whenever I log into my Cryptopia account I have to enter my 4 digit PIN after my login and password are entered.  If you don't remember if you did or not just open a support ticket and I'll make sure that I bring it to the attention of the owners ASAP to help you get the problem fixed Smiley Cheers

That's the thing. I didn't set any of that up and it only appears on the security page.

"The pin must be between 4 and 8 digits." is exactly what pops up

There isn't even a spot to enter the pin. Is chrome not good to use on the site?
Hmmm that's super weird cause I use chrome and I'm on the site right now as I type this.  Best I can suggest is to open a support ticket and I'll pass the message along to the owners about the problem you are having so they will look into it as soon as they are around Smiley Cheers

 

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