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September 06, 2011, 02:31:10 AM
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UPDATE - 02:08 GMT September 6, 2011 - Solidcoin withdraws are now open.  Please make sure you withdraw all your Solidcoin by the deadline above as Solidcoin will be removed from all our servers at that time.

http://help.ruxum.com/customer/portal/articles/147455-solidcoin-faq


Run run run!!! Wink

I wonder if the price of bitcoin will now drop b/c everyone cashing out their SC to btc to their local currency. Just a thought.
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UPDATE - 02:08 GMT September 6, 2011 - Solidcoin withdraws are now open.  Please make sure you withdraw all your Solidcoin by the deadline above as Solidcoin will be removed from all our servers at that time.

http://help.ruxum.com/customer/portal/articles/147455-solidcoin-faq


Run run run!!! Wink

I wonder if the price of bitcoin will now drop b/c everyone cashing out their SC to btc to their local currency. Just a thought.


Strangely they are also still allowing deposits? This company is going nowhere fast. Running SolidCoin on a slow VPS with limited storage and then complain when it crashes and needing to have their "tech team" look at it.... not very professional.

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Strangely they are also still allowing deposits? This company is going nowhere fast. Running SolidCoin on a slow VPS with limited storage and then complain when it crashes and needing to have their "tech team" look at it.... not very professional.

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September 06, 2011, 07:23:57 PM
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UPDATE - 02:08 GMT September 6, 2011 - Solidcoin withdraws are now open.  Please make sure you withdraw all your Solidcoin by the deadline above as Solidcoin will be removed from all our servers at that time.

http://help.ruxum.com/customer/portal/articles/147455-solidcoin-faq


Run run run!!! Wink

I wonder if the price of bitcoin will now drop b/c everyone cashing out their SC to btc to their local currency. Just a thought.


Strangely they are also still allowing deposits? This company is going nowhere fast. Running SolidCoin on a slow VPS with limited storage and then complain when it crashes and needing to have their "tech team" look at it.... not very professional.

Like I said to you earlier.... if you were in front of me I would punch you in the face three times... not once, not twice, not four times..... three times...

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