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April 17, 2013, 06:17:25 AM
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Money vanishing from accounts, only a 5 min warning for the site exchange being taken down for "maintenance" when the price of coins starts to fall...
Yeah.. Great exhange...

Hm, i saw the notice hours in advance somewhere. Sorry you missed it.

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April 17, 2013, 03:09:50 PM
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The state can shutdown MtGox, Vircurex, Bitcoin-24 (oops, already did), other "english" exchanges. But it can't shutdown BTC-e, coz it's a "russian" exchange. What do u prefer - to have ur fiat/coins locked one day by the state OR do business with the Russian?

I wasn't aware that Russia doesn't have a state. I thought the civil war was won by the red army, not the black one.

You are a warlord in the outskirts of the known world struggling to establish a kingdom in the wild lands.
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April 17, 2013, 04:50:22 PM
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The state can shutdown MtGox, Vircurex, Bitcoin-24 (oops, already did), other "english" exchanges. But it can't shutdown BTC-e, coz it's a "russian" exchange. What do u prefer - to have ur fiat/coins locked one day by the state OR do business with the Russian?

I wasn't aware that Russia doesn't have a state. I thought the civil war was won by the red army, not the black one.

In Russia money solves any legal issues. The state can do nothing against anyone who has money and doesn't play politics.
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April 17, 2013, 06:23:19 PM
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WARNING. STAY AWAY FROM BTC-e.

Unless YOU WANT TO LOSE YOUR MONEY in the (near) future. DON'T COME BACK CRYING THAT NO ONE WARNED YOU.

After the sad experience with bitshit24, I am very weary of putting coins on any exchange that is not in the following list:

1.  MtGox
2.  Bitcoin-central

Don't worry if you get bad rates or coins take a long time to appear. They have the least chance of running away with your coins.

Bitstamp has good reviews but he could just "pull a Simon". Do your research.

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April 17, 2013, 08:41:19 PM
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WARNING. STAY AWAY FROM BTC-e.

Unless YOU WANT TO LOSE YOUR MONEY in the (near) future. DON'T COME BACK CRYING THAT NO ONE WARNED YOU.

After the sad experience with bitshit24, I am very weary of putting coins on any exchange that is not in the following list:

1.  MtGox
2.  Bitcoin-central

Don't worry if you get bad rates or coins take a long time to appear. They have the least chance of running away with your coins.

Bitstamp has good reviews but he could just "pull a Simon". Do your research.


I should have read this post earlier.
there are about 30 TRC just disappear from my account.
PM to there support is not possible because they are fxxking busy, doing what? stealing clients coins?

it's really outrageous, I thought I can trust the platform when I saw a lot of ppl trading on it, but it seems I through my trust on a pile of shit.

my advise, take all your coins run and run fast before your account is wiped out sooner or later.
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April 17, 2013, 10:55:35 PM
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It's no surprise money is still disappearing.

I paid my .5 and withdrawn my ltc from btc-e.com. I suggest you all do the same, pull out now before its too late.
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April 18, 2013, 09:43:06 AM
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...I am very weary of putting coins on any exchange that is not in the following list:

1.  MtGox
2.  Bitcoin-central

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Huh? I've never even heard of Bitcoin-central. Just went to check and they have 0 volume. No I don't mean low volume, it says zero.

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April 18, 2013, 05:49:08 PM
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trollin again
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April 18, 2013, 07:09:19 PM
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2.  Bitcoin-central

Bitcoin-central currently has issues with Instawallet.org. Davout is gone, and Boussac is acting like an arrogant prick on the forums. Not sure if Bitcoin-central can be trusted at this point in time.
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April 18, 2013, 07:23:18 PM
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How does the international wire withdrawal work on btc-e? Do you have to provide loads of documents like officially translated passport and utility bills? Or is it painless?
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April 18, 2013, 07:57:40 PM
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How does the international wire withdrawal work on btc-e? Do you have to provide loads of documents like officially translated passport and utility bills? Or is it painless?

Do they have wire withdrawals ? Me, they just referred to OKPay.
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April 18, 2013, 08:29:01 PM
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How does the international wire withdrawal work on btc-e? Do you have to provide loads of documents like officially translated passport and utility bills? Or is it painless?

Do they have wire withdrawals ? Me, they just referred to OKPay.

No they have wire transfer and OKPay shown as separate options. There used to be Western Union option but they removed it now I guess. So my question is, are any documents needed with wire withdrawal (like the painful proccess on mtgox)?
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April 18, 2013, 09:33:36 PM
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Nope. Totally painless - you don't need any documents.

Minimal amount is $1000 and fee is 1.5% (minimal fee is $150)

I want to know when PayPal will be returned to withdrawal options?
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April 18, 2013, 11:09:32 PM
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Nope. Totally painless - you don't need any documents.

Minimal amount is $1000 and fee is 1.5% (minimal fee is $150)

I want to know when PayPal will be returned to withdrawal options?

withdrawal Paypal - open!  fee 6%

Bitcoin \ Litecoin \ Namecoin \ Novacoin <-> Exchange btc-e.com

BTC-E.com // Биржа по автоматической торговле Bitcoin \ Litecoin \ Namecoin \ Novacoin <-> Exchange btc-e.com
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April 19, 2013, 05:09:44 AM
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trollin again

Nope, not trollin'. I was genuinely interested. I figured out the problem, I went there and before I noticed volume, I changed from EUR to USD. Which (as of looking now) has 1 volume. But, EUR has decent volume. So I was just looking at the wrong currency. I havn't heard of them before though.

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April 19, 2013, 05:23:47 AM
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It's no surprise money is still disappearing.

I paid my .5 and withdrawn my ltc from btc-e.com. I suggest you all do the same, pull out now before its too late.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=180303.0;topicseen
Another hacked btc-e account

http://bitcoin-otc.com/viewratingdetail.php?nick=DingoRabiit&sign=ANY&type=RECV <-My Ratings
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=857670.0 GAWminers and associated things are not to be trusted, Especially the "mineral" exchange
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April 19, 2013, 05:29:40 AM
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I'm having a difficult time logging into btc-e.com, I've tried on both firefox and chrome. When I click login, it simply reloads the page and re-displays the login boxes, no error message. I've tried refreshing my cache. Anyone else having a similar problem?

Edit: Nevermind, looks like it's confirmed, there are others having the same problem. Thank you Google Translate: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=29698.msg1882207;topicseen#msg1882207

Edit2: I'm now able to log in again.

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April 19, 2013, 11:03:38 AM
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Nope. Totally painless - you don't need any documents.

Minimal amount is $1000 and fee is 1.5% (minimal fee is $150)

I want to know when PayPal will be returned to withdrawal options?

withdrawal Paypal - open!  fee 6%

thank you! Cheesy
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April 19, 2013, 12:40:01 PM
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    BTC-E - btc-e.com - Bitcoin Wallets
    ////////////////////
    This database dump contains a handful of users, 56,000+ active accounts.
    Breach by: #0mn1ro0t, occuring 2013/04/18 @ 11:22 GMT+0

    We have extracted and converted the db to 3 seperate .cvr documents.
    Send 1btc to: 1FSGFsyjjVggMdvtzpbyn1BTojrmn46YBE for first access to the account dump.
    You -must- provide your email address in the transaction notes.
    ////////////////////
    Below is a list of the first accounts from the leak.
    The cvr files will be in the same format as follows with the aditional password field.
    ////////////////////

    mccordero chel_cordero@yahoo.com
    rowena_ds23 rowena_ds23@yahoo.com
    jim_merin jim_merin@yahoo.com
    de_guzman.mariel de_guzman.mariel@yahoo.com
    lei.pacariem lei.pacariem@gmail.com
    danrosva drosales06@gmail.com
    ljhei telle_pg08@yahoo.com
    xmiartx undiscovered_history_23@yahoo.com
    Mariel Balba m.balba@stolt.com
    hinnata_07 hinnata_07@yahoo.com
    rommelmanzano rommel@capoband.com
    stacylucero stacylucero@gmail.com
    sweetums sweet_p.florentino@yahoo.com
    aeadams ae_adams@live.com
    NikkiVillanueva gadget_girl24@yahoo.com
    trinagon trinagon3@yahoo.com
    carmelodiaz carmelojosediaz@gmail.com
    annascott21 vanj.hernandez@gmail.com
    iye24 iye24@yahoo.com
    Pamatay pamatay@hotmail.com
    imtapay imtapay@yahoo.com
    mfranco28 ofranco_jr@yahoo.com
    nicoleguillermo stellarstellarkid@yahoo.com
    jayce_madrid jayce_madrid@yahoo.com
    raleigh deathect@yahoo.com
    Jankris jankris@guevarra.org
    iwgonzalez izzy.gonzalez@gmail.com
    ginapie4 ginapie4@yahoo.com
    jamesg jragaspar@hotmail.com
    Paolo David pbd@gravitasprime.com
    mariel marcel_delacruz22@yahoo.com
    cruelwiccan cruelwiccan@hotmail.com
    shawee_estabillo shawee_estabillo@hotmail.com
    shinshoji shin_shoji@yahoo.com
    Farhad farhad_punker@yahoo.com
    faithmaenolasco faithmaenolasco@yahoo.com
    mitoralipio mitoralipio@gmail.com
    arc131419 raisah_averiel05@yahoo.com
    yannafeliciano yanafeliciano@yahoo.com
    demi1220 jbacsa#peoplesupport.com
    michaelhain michaelhain@gmail.com
    NeilT Neilt@southville.edu
    jehan jehancruz05@yahoo.com
    emelynlopez emelynlopez08@yahoo.com
    aileen aileen_cuesta@yahoo.com
    jeth0044 jethlog2003@yahoo.com
    krystelgayle krystelgayle@gmail.com
    marvhic12 marvhic12@yahoo.com
    ryanne_manalo ryanne_manalo@yahoo.com
    powerclean jeaneth_boncay@yahoo.com
    ragrock22 mark_chuck002@yahoo.com
    Karen Wood karen@internationalstudentadvisors.com
    zizilia rpabella30@yahoo.com
    teck523 comharco@yahoo.com
    jakekhu edsylkhu@yahoo.com
    valyn_salucon valyn_salucon@belltel.com
    mmarranz martin.arranz@gmail.com
    camilleroyola camilleroyola@yahoo.com
    fernando109 pogs_fsc@yahoo.com
    stevechua alecchua@yahoo.com
    geiamacatangay geiamacatangay@gmail.com
    sy.clarence sy.clarence@yahoo.com
    faye1020 f.ricahuerta@ppci.com
    popcornncottonca popcornncottoncandy@live.com
    amie enriquez amenriq@yahoo.com
    regine gine_yourmine_18@yahoo.com
    nicacomandao nicacomandao@yahoo.com
    mrtnjacinto mrtnjacinto@yahoo.com
    luker1031 lukie_rafols@yahoo.com
    tennman tenn_foley@yahoo.com
    mervindizon mervindizon@gmail.com
    Lhen A. jb_9576@yahoo.com
    gemma gemma.guerrero@thomsonreuters.com
    Tellieboop kris_guto@yahoo.com
    aizelca aizelca@yahoo.com
    essined mariandenise-b.arceo@integrabps.com
    NikkiVillanueva2 gadget_girl24@yahoo.com
    Ravenhurst ralphpobre@gmail.com
    arecias_virgo arecias_virgo@yahoo.com
    tokyobeats ira.arellano@gmail.com
    lostinsanity_121 lostinsanity_1214@yahoo.com
    Djamillah djamillahturaray@yahoo.com
    chie0918 chie_08@hotmail.com
    ialopez ialopez18@yahoo.com
    liyasw salemkristophi@yahoo.com
    alfmarq alfdenandrei@yahoo.com
    afajardoiii afajardoiii@gmail.com
    piyeyem piyeyem@yahoo.com
    liahmendoza kurtdaddy_moreno@yahoo.com
    eloisa loisd_85@yahoo.com
    DJ_COFIDRINKER kenneth_onas@yahoo.com
    camille_mash camille_mash@yahoo.com
    bambideguia bmdeguia@logicoreinc.com

I just found this and I have no idea if it's legit or not. Can any users verify being on this list?

http://zw3crggtadila2sg.onion/imageboard/bs/res/1266.html (need Tor to view)

Keep clam & hodl on
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April 19, 2013, 06:03:49 PM
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It's FUD. A quick google finds the same emails were posted here in March:

http://pastebin.com/Kd093NQi

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