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March 04, 2014, 04:47:56 AM
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Well...it was live for long enough for my 0.01 BTC test withdrawal to go through. To their credit, the BTC withdrawal really did go through once confirmed. Already recognized by my Multibit wallet and confirmed at Blockchain.info. I have to say, coinmarket.io got that one right...at least for me.

But sure enuff...back to Club 521 a minute after. Thankfully, I can report that a BTC withdrawal went through without any issues...as long as you can get to the Site...



i was able to initiate 2 BTC withdrawals for a total of 0.7 BTC but after 2 confirmations I can no longer get any further confirmation and it's been like that for 30mins. Is it possible that confirmations take a lot of time to add up ?

[EDIT] ok coins landed safely in my wallet!


Well that's good news. Unfortunately, I can't get in to the site but I guess I should keep trying.  Strange what's going on...  I hope it all works out as I do like this exchange. 
i guess this is the problem, they posted days ago
Why is the site going down so often today?
After moving large amounts of altcoins to cold (secure) storage, our wallets were left with a large amount of small unspent inputs.
These inputs are generated by people who mine directly to our deposit addresses, using small automatic payments from pools.
When a withdrawal fails because too many unspent inputs must be combined, the coindaemon throws an error: transaction too large.
What are we doing to prevent this? We will manually consolidate the inputs by sending coins to ourselves.
This can take some hours, but its not a major issue. After this, the coindaemon will be able to choose less inputs for withdrawals.

Our system is configured to stop on any unexpected condition, at all times.
This is why the server is going down - we have to manually restart it after a coindaemon error.
This is the same protection that has prevented people from exploiting bugs - its important to "crash" on any unexpected condition.
We carefully inspect all error messages before restarting the Node.js process. Having this protection will make us alot better in the long run.

Also, because of the Mt.Gox situation, withdraw volumes have increased on all exchanges.
Because of this, we have to re-fill our hot wallets, multiple times per day. Usually its the other way around.
Another effect of increasing withdrawal volumes is that the coindaemons run out of "large" unspent inputs and start combining the dust from mining deposits.


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March 04, 2014, 04:55:54 AM
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Glad I removed my BTC during one of their blink-on moments.  What a mess..  Roll Eyes
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March 04, 2014, 04:57:34 AM
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Site is live boys, if you want to withdraw, do it now and stop spamming the board.

Not true.
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March 04, 2014, 05:00:48 AM
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the site still off. Sad


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March 04, 2014, 05:11:13 AM
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Site is live boys, if you want to withdraw, do it now and stop spamming the board.

Not true.
you're late, wait for another up time they said theyre doing it manually but no exact time you just need to be lucky

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March 04, 2014, 05:14:55 AM
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Site back up
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March 04, 2014, 05:22:10 AM
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They blink in and out.  The one thing that won't ever blink back in is credibility.  Sorry, coinmarket.io died from a fatal case of incompetence.  Best of luck to anyone with coin left in the rubble.
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March 04, 2014, 05:25:35 AM
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I have "pending" TX  b6b029b90a08e66aff490902473593b542d0532fbfe9eeaa93f63d485bb519e9 in DGB.
Help, please.
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March 04, 2014, 05:30:16 AM
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Curse, withdrawed btc and mail came but couldnt confirm before it down again.
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March 04, 2014, 05:38:06 AM
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Hey OP, please help with my withdrawal order as I am not getting a trans ID....
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March 04, 2014, 06:13:26 AM
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Relax, the only people who are complaining are the ones who had their withdrawals and they got stuck exactly at the same time the site was going offline.  Less than 1% of the people.  Almost everyone was able to withdraw their money.  The only ones complaining are the less than 1%.  Rightfully so, because it has been an extended time.

But. this is nothing like GOX,, so stop spreading FUD.  This is only effecting less than 1% of the users that had their withdrawals stuck.  Mine is stuck too. so m not happy, but lets stop trying to compare with GOX.

And yea, an update would be helpful. Like, the fixing the withdrawals are taking longer than expected.

Where are you getting this 1% figure from?  There is no evidence what so ever to suggest only 1% are affected.   I'm out about $800 worth of coins and have had no update and no response to my PM's even though I know they have been on here, so i'll spread as much fud about this exchange as I want.   I'll also do my best to get the personal details of the person who is behind the exchange and post them here.

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March 04, 2014, 06:46:41 AM
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Relax, the only people who are complaining are the ones who had their withdrawals and they got stuck exactly at the same time the site was going offline.  Less than 1% of the people.  Almost everyone was able to withdraw their money.  The only ones complaining are the less than 1%.  Rightfully so, because it has been an extended time.

But. this is nothing like GOX,, so stop spreading FUD.  This is only effecting less than 1% of the users that had their withdrawals stuck.  Mine is stuck too. so m not happy, but lets stop trying to compare with GOX.

And yea, an update would be helpful. Like, the fixing the withdrawals are taking longer than expected.

Where are you getting this 1% figure from?  There is no evidence what so ever to suggest only 1% are affected.   I'm out about $800 worth of coins and have had no update and no response to my PM's even though I know they have been on here, so i'll spread as much fud about this exchange as I want.   I'll also do my best to get the personal details of the person who is behind the exchange and post them here.

Yes well I have >8 btc in their and I don't need people like you making it worse. Why don't you take those hands of yours and sit on them. And take that mouth of yours and fill it with oranges
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March 04, 2014, 06:50:41 AM
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How exactly am I making it worse.  There has been no update from them on here in days, even though they have logged on.  They have not responded to PM's.  They have provided no updates via twitter, and no further information what so ever.

Sitting here just waiting for a magic fix when they are providing zero response and update is hardly going to get peoples coins back.

Would you reccomend people start using this exchange?

Its not FUD to tell people to avoid this exchange because people have lost coins, because it is true.

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March 04, 2014, 06:56:54 AM
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"Applying the nospendzeroconfchange patch to all coins (preventive measure). A poll will be added to forums regarding resetting orderbooks."

https://twitter.com/CoinMarketio/status/440730252881321985

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March 04, 2014, 06:59:17 AM
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Of course, the nospendzeroconfchange patch.
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March 04, 2014, 07:08:33 AM
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CoinMarket,

Can you let us all know when doge wallet will be back online?

I want my dogs.
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March 04, 2014, 07:10:59 AM
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Of course, the nospendzeroconfchange patch.
this looks very important patch , i dont understand that word at all Sad

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March 04, 2014, 07:44:01 AM
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Of course, the nospendzeroconfchange patch.
this looks very important patch , i dont understand that word at all Sad

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March 04, 2014, 07:46:57 AM
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How exactly am I making it worse.  There has been no update from them on here in days, even though they have logged on.  They have not responded to PM's.  They have provided no updates via twitter, and no further information what so ever.

Sitting here just waiting for a magic fix when they are providing zero response and update is hardly going to get peoples coins back.

Would you reccomend people start using this exchange?

Its not FUD to tell people to avoid this exchange because people have lost coins, because it is true.

I actually think they are doing the right thing by having it go down when they find a bug. I'd rather that than they run a half baked platform ala gox. Waiting is exactly what you should do. Whining doesn't make them fix bugs faster,  and they clearly don't have the man power to do that and handle ignoramuses like you.

Just shut your cake hole and be patient.
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March 04, 2014, 07:57:52 AM
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now applying wehaverunoffwithyourcoins patch
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