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December 29, 2013, 10:21:56 PM
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I'm not sure what happened, and if it's Coin-E, Cryptsy's fault, or something else, but I'm missing over 100 SBC. I was hoping someone could help me figure this out. I was using a couple week old client for these transactions, but I have since upgraded to the latest.

Step 1: I deposited 111.88067414 SBC on Coin-E.

Date: 12/26/2013 14:12
To: Coin-E sNTpiCe8X3BsrKBHd84yG4dj5vBJGbC6Qo
Debit: -111.88067414 SBC
Net amount: -111.88067414 SBC
Transaction ID: 992dcdb6ec4af56d3c4abe2ec28d5d5a9e7990a3944e0b283b6eb8b8297e4546

Step 2: I withdrew 111.38067414 SBC from Coin-E (I couldn't sell there, so I withdrew them.)

Date: 12/26/2013 14:50
From: unknown
To: sTbUBe5XzsUCxvrJh9PeNDjiauqPQahK3K
Credit: 111.38067414 SBC
Net amount: +111.38067414 SBC
Transaction ID: ca72f97a88d3a3b9a0c5feac165548c74df9aafd2a0807a9a97691720a630e02

Step 3: I sent 111.38067414 SBC to Cryptsy

Date: 12/27/2013 10:56
To: Cryptsy sZZcyvkBNeVdb7qPtEXov7XH6PiXXVNy4R
Debit: -111.38067414 SBC
Net amount: -111.38067414 SBC
Transaction ID: e4456afa1a0a54ab4a9e307bc8bf6b0e7a2d6bc376d9666902d8269be86571e0

At the time, all these transactions showed in my client as confirmed. Now, with the new client, these latest two transactions are 0/unconfirmed, and have been so for days.

My Cryptsy balance is 0. My Coin-E balance is 0. My local wallet balance is 0. Where did my coins go?  Huh

BTC:  18Z3fSXKNWdyM6zGeraEZ6wfYZyp8ZvCLj  LTC:    LdFManTRWBH4y7GXAjGTEVou9ZDRuFK7HM
WDC: Wb2WxguEYqzbBtrbC5h1PjwALxXm4vQ4Qb DOGE:   DNhaETSeGnEuYje5jk7J8QtqQ1jMZ1httN
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December 30, 2013, 03:12:22 AM
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Anyone has any idea? I'm not so much bummed about the 100 SBC, but about not being able to trust Stablecoin wallets and blockchain anymore.

BTC:  18Z3fSXKNWdyM6zGeraEZ6wfYZyp8ZvCLj  LTC:    LdFManTRWBH4y7GXAjGTEVou9ZDRuFK7HM
WDC: Wb2WxguEYqzbBtrbC5h1PjwALxXm4vQ4Qb DOGE:   DNhaETSeGnEuYje5jk7J8QtqQ1jMZ1httN
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