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Author Topic: [ANN][EXCHANGE] Poloniex - Crypto Exchange with BTC/NXT  (Read 262466 times)
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May 10, 2017, 01:28:13 AM
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Good advice for polo: add all polo coin in margin trading  - more profit - more gain  Grin
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May 10, 2017, 03:20:39 AM
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Also one possible solution for issues in withdrawals taking a few hours is the fact that Polo holds your coins in cold storage so that the coins are safe - and as you know it takes time to transfer bitcoins (first from cold storage to hot wallet and then to the customer).
I still have faith in Poloniex as the most trusted exchange in alt coin scene, but UI is not the best possible and in my opinion they should do something to it asap - they have money to do miracles with these daily volumes.
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May 10, 2017, 06:14:41 AM
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why poloniex often get down? any trouble ?
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May 10, 2017, 07:10:06 AM
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Good advice for polo: add all polo coin in margin trading  - more profit - more gain  Grin

You are being sarcastic right?


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May 10, 2017, 02:43:16 PM
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why poloniex often get down? any trouble ?
I think there are too many people trading - markets are a bit crazy these days with the BTC price rise - I'm sure things will be better once the prices stabalise again
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May 10, 2017, 03:09:15 PM
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why poloniex often get down? any trouble ?
I think there are too many people trading - markets are a bit crazy these days with the BTC price rise - I'm sure things will be better once the prices stabalise again

Yeah, I agree. The market is quite crazy and stressfull (IMO) these days. It can be a main contributor to the server breakdown as there are a lot of people connected and accessing the site at the same time.
And if I may add my own opinion, biased or not, it is not to be worried whether polo will turn into a scam exchanger and take our money, they have a very great reputation to hold and it took time to build, I don't think they want to throw it away "just like that". But, as always, it is always wise to split your money into several basket.

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May 10, 2017, 03:58:20 PM
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Why is new coin so hard to enter poloniex?
I asked, lots of new coins popping up,But it's so hard to get on the poloniex list,why ?
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May 10, 2017, 06:48:50 PM
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Why is new coin so hard to enter poloniex?
I asked, lots of new coins popping up,But it's so hard to get on the poloniex list,why ?

No one knows why. Why did they delist 10 coins last week. I assume they will add if they feel they can pump it lol


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May 10, 2017, 07:05:27 PM
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Deposits are open now.

As for adding new coins, we don't want to jump into that too fast. Soon, though.

Poloniex... my bitcoin stuck on "withdrawal awaiting approval" already 9days, and no one reply the ticket, pleaseeeeee!!
11bitcoin and seems there is no end, all the altcoins and bitcoin already went far away



whats going on, currently i have 100btc in polo, this is not the 1st withdrawal, and seems often stuck, i don't think this is coincidence
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currently already 13 days stuck in limbo, this is so cruel, please polo what is happening

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May 10, 2017, 07:07:43 PM
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im going to start my own exchange, learn from exchange conspiracy theory,

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The above case is shocking and extremely disconcerting to say the least!

There is NO excuse for Poloniex to ignore this user for such a length of time (or any other user for that matter) when clearly a support ticket has been raised!

And being understaffed is no excuse at all.... Hire more staff if you can't handle backlogs. Traders being unable to access their money or trades for over a week is pure bullshit!!

Personally I also have a withdrawal that is stuck in "awaiting approval" mode ... whatever the hell that's supposed to mean!?  Its been nearly 48 hours already with no response and i have also had absolutely no response to the ticket i lodged about it.

These kinds of issues are causing me to believe the rumours out there that there's something seriously wrong at Poloniex and that perhaps they are running a fractional reserve system.
I've seen top crypto traders say things like "If you haven't already done so, pull your money off @Poloniex asap. They've stopped responding to support tickets."

My experience with them and others mentioned here certainly seem to lend creedance to these comments.

IF and when Poloniex support sorts out my withdrawal i will certainly come back here and give them credit for that but until then i remain a skeptic.
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May 10, 2017, 11:18:14 PM
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basically they use your money, charge a fee for every operation on the exchange and now you are unable to get your own funds. imagine you need this money for a living, these pricks earn half a million per day, there are support tickets hanging there for over a week, and they cannot do anything about it. my funds are pending for 3 days but now I know I will not receive anything this week
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May 10, 2017, 11:42:12 PM
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i got stuck my btc on poloniex too, since 3 day! that is so frustrading and opened a ticket since 3 days without ANY answer!
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May 11, 2017, 12:59:49 AM
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i got stuck my btc on poloniex too, since 3 day! that is so frustrading and opened a ticket since 3 days without ANY answer!
I don't think you will get faster answer from here, the fastest way how to deal with them only through their mods on their troll box or from their support ticket (I know your feel, my problem was solved after i have waited for 1 month).

Why is new coin so hard to enter poloniex?
I asked, lots of new coins popping up,But it's so hard to get on the poloniex list,why ?

No one knows why. Why did they delist 10 coins last week. I assume they will add if they feel they can pump it lol
Because poloniex only listed some of good altcoins which aren't considered "shitcoin" IMO. Busoni (Poloniex's Owner) is the only one know what's the exact reason why poloniex don't want to add coin too much.

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May 11, 2017, 01:18:27 AM
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i got stuck my btc on poloniex too, since 3 day! that is so frustrading and opened a ticket since 3 days without ANY answer!
I don't think you will get faster answer from here, the fastest way how to deal with them only through their mods on their troll box or from their support ticket (I know your feel, my problem was solved after i have waited for 1 month).

Why is new coin so hard to enter poloniex?
I asked, lots of new coins popping up,But it's so hard to get on the poloniex list,why ?

No one knows why. Why did they delist 10 coins last week. I assume they will add if they feel they can pump it lol
Because poloniex only listed some of good altcoins which aren't considered "shitcoin" IMO. Busoni (Poloniex's Owner) is the only one know what's the exact reason why poloniex don't want to add coin too much.
they say alwayse the same thing , we have problem and you have to wait! At the moment nothing i can do really...i dont want to have an anwer here but just to inform other people!
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May 11, 2017, 01:36:35 AM
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currently already 13 days stuck in limbo, this is so cruel, please polo what is happening

13 days and without any support, this is really horrible, scam company indeed
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currently already 13 days stuck in limbo, this is so cruel, please polo what is happening

13 days and without any support, this is really horrible, scam company indeed
my God for me is 3 days without support, but really scary! what a fuck, really regret the day i deposited my btc on poloniex!
before i have used but never had any problem.....
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May 11, 2017, 11:40:13 AM
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are there problems about the payout???
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May 11, 2017, 12:40:23 PM
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i got stuck my btc on poloniex too, since 3 day! that is so frustrading and opened a ticket since 3 days without ANY answer!
Same here, I just  let a Mod know I plan to contact the local IRS branch in Wilmington Delaware if not resolved today EST. and I added that warning to my Support ticket.

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May 11, 2017, 12:41:33 PM
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This has the earmarks of Cryptsy before their website exchange went offline. Many lost their BTC and other alts...

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