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September 05, 2011, 04:43:27 PM
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Copied from Ruxum's FAQ today... what's that song about another one biting the dust? Bitcoin FTW


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Solidcoin FAQ
Last Updated: Sep 05, 2011 11:22AM UTC
Do you offer Solidcoin trading?
A. We no longer offer Solidcoin trading.

You started trading and then stopped, what happened?
A. We decided to halt Solidcoin trading due to several factors including security and decisions, actions and behaviour of the Solidcoin developers. 

I have deposited Solidcoin to my Ruxum account, can I get them back?
A. Yes, of course.  You will be able to get your coins, by withdrawing them as usual as soon as we are able to safely make the necessary updates.

When exactly will Solidcoin withdraw be available again?
A. We are waiting for the Solidcoin developer(s) to provide a usable fix(es) and for both our engineers and the community to verify their safety.  Hopefully that will be over this weekend Sept 3 and 4, 2011.  Assuming there is a valid fix provided, we will start to implement the fix on Monday Sept 5, 2011.

I made a Solidcoin deposit and it is not appearing. 
A.  They should appear once we turn on Solidcoin again.  Do not make any more Solidcoin deposits, there will be no more trading.

Will I be able to hold my Solidcoin at Ruxum?
A.  No.  Please make sure you withdraw ALL of your Solidcoin by  00:01 EST Friday September 9, 2011 (that is midnight EST Thursday)

Are any other functions at Ruxum affected?
A.  Bitcoin and Namecoin trading, deposits and withdraws are working as expected.

Where can I stay updated on this issue?
A.  We will update this page as soon as we have any update.


UPDATE - 15:02 GMT September 4, 2011 - The Solidcoin developer has just released another release that we will be reviewing and testing shortly.  Assuming everything is OK with that release Solidcoin withdraws will be available again on Sunday night / Monday morning EST
 
UPDATE - 16:46 GMT September 4, 2011 - There are reports of NEW spam transactions appearing in the Solidcoin network even with the newest version.  We don't know the extent or repercussions of this yet nor it's effect on being able to safely open the Solidcoin withdraws on our network. 

UPDATE - 00:54 GMT September 5, 2011 - According to the developer in the #solidcoin IRC channel, Solidcoin is under some sort of attack.  Opening Solidcoin withdraws is not possible until we fully understand this attack, the risks involved and if a further release of fix is needed from the Solidcoin team.

UPDATE - 03:51 GMT September 5, 2011 - Our engineers are continuing to test the latest Solidcoin fixes. 

UPDATE - 11:20 GMT September 5, 2011 - Testing is going well and if there continues to be no problems we should be able to open Solidcoin withdraws sometime within the next 12-24 hours.
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September 05, 2011, 04:56:23 PM
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September 05, 2011, 05:01:06 PM
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I still wonder what the hell came over them to add it in the first place
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September 05, 2011, 05:56:48 PM
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