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March 04, 2014, 07:59:45 AM
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Putting aside the downtime, I don't understand why they decided it was in their best interest to take down the entire exchange while they work. Normally in IT you leave stuff like this up till you have something ready to push, that you've tested in a sandbox, to avoid downtime. I would guess in financing this would be a rule that would be followed even more closely. They said there were some security flaws, but it almost seems like they're pulling a gox here (although I do actually believe they're working on upgrades right now).

For that matter, why don't they throw the old version back up while we're still waiting? I'm sure they have backups somewhere.
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March 04, 2014, 08:07:46 AM
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Putting aside the downtime, I don't understand why they decided it was in their best interest to take down the entire exchange while they work. Normally in IT you leave stuff like this up till you have something ready to push, that you've tested in a sandbox, to avoid downtime. I would guess in financing this would be a rule that would be followed even more closely. They said there were some security flaws, but it almost seems like they're pulling a gox here (although I do actually believe they're working on upgrades right now).

For that matter, why don't they throw the old version back up while we're still waiting? I'm sure they have backups somewhere.

Another thing to consider.

Why they are not answering any emails or pms

It is crazy.
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March 04, 2014, 08:17:57 AM
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They already explained this. It's the opposite of gox.

Gox ran the exchange bugs or not. If they found a new bug they ignored it.

Coin market have chosen to do it properly. If the exchange finds a bug it halts until its investigated.
That means lots of down time in the beginning and a rock solid an exchange in the long term.

You can't just sand box a live financial engine.

I applaud their approach, and feel sorry for the retards on their back. In 6 months coin market could be up there provided they grow smoothly.

You have a right to complain, but at least get your facts straight, else you just look like a baffoon.
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March 04, 2014, 08:27:42 AM
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They already explained this. It's the opposite of gox.

Gox ran the exchange bugs or not. If they found a new bug they ignored it.

Coin market have chosen to do it properly. If the exchange finds a bug it halts until its investigated.
That means lots of down time in the beginning and a rock solid an exchange in the long term.

You can't just sand box a live financial engine.

I applaud their approach, and feel sorry for the retards on their back. In 6 months coin market could be up there provided they grow smoothly.

You have a right to complain, but at least get your facts straight, else you just look like a baffoon.

As long as we get our coins back I can wait.

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March 04, 2014, 09:03:12 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.

How exactly is being annoyed at the loss of $800 being an ignoramus?

 Its not that the site is down, its the fact that when it was up I withdrew coins and received no confirmation email and no tx id. So the coins are no longer in my wallet on coin market and they are also not in my personal wallet.

They then ignore pm's and give zero update on this issue.

We have already seen an example of people taking double coins out of the exchange, which means there is not enough btc at the exchange to give everyone their money back.  If you want to sit and be quiet at the back of the queue then that's fine.  You will be the one that they say "sorry no coins left" to.

I'd like to be at the front kicking up a fuss so I get my coins back before they admit there is not enough to go round.

 I just want my existing withdrawals confirmed.  If its too much to ask for a response to three PM's, then it says a lot about the quality of the person running this exchange.

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March 04, 2014, 09:50:06 AM
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coinmarket? when u will available? i see error 521
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March 04, 2014, 09:56:10 AM
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They already explained this. It's the opposite of gox.

Gox ran the exchange bugs or not. If they found a new bug they ignored it.

Coin market have chosen to do it properly. If the exchange finds a bug it halts until its investigated.
That means lots of down time in the beginning and a rock solid an exchange in the long term.

You can't just sand box a live financial engine.

I applaud their approach, and feel sorry for the retards on their back. In 6 months coin market could be up there provided they grow smoothly.

You have a right to complain, but at least get your facts straight, else you just look like a baffoon.

As long as we get our coins back I can wait.



I WANT MY .03 BTC of RPD BACK NOW DAMMIT!

...In all seriousness, this is taking a bit longer than it should considering the BTC they're sitting on.  Hurry the fuck up guys.

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March 04, 2014, 10:26:40 AM
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So today it will come back online? Or will they find other patches also to apply?
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March 04, 2014, 10:35:41 AM
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Does anybody have any idea of where they live? If they live in  a 500km radius of where I live, me and a couple of friends need some 'exercise' ...

Donate when you read this ! I really need it ! thx
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March 04, 2014, 10:45:44 AM
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I dunno how these things work, but I have some coins (penguins, karmas) deposited to accounts on coinmarket.io
I just cross-checked the transactions on block explorers from the pools I was mining and the amounts do not match to the amounts shown for the addresses from the exchange (smaller amounts). Do you guys plan on putting the exchange back online, or should I assume I am being re-Goxxed ?
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March 04, 2014, 10:49:05 AM
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What exactly is 'nospendzeroconfchange' patch?
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March 04, 2014, 11:19:24 AM
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i started to feel like every amateur who have some php and mysql knowledge tries to start a market nowadays.
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March 04, 2014, 11:29:56 AM
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What exactly is 'nospendzeroconfchange' patch?

It is to fix double spending issue.

How long does it take to install this patch?Huh?

Geez it is been down since long time now.
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March 04, 2014, 12:06:11 PM
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I have had my bitch and moan with the best of them over the last week but after the events of this morning it looks like some of the exchanges have been systematically attacked

If i set aside the wobbly lip for a moment from the complete contempt shown by coinmarket to the people funding their operation, it would occur to me that both poliniex and coinmarket are suffering a similar issue, instead of bitching about coins in limbo how about using the insantaneous communications tools we have to dig the scumbags that are trying to trash our movement by breeding fear and panic.

It had to happen sooner or later that someone somewhere would attempt to exploit these unregulated markets, I would seriously consider any involvement by government agencies to "protect us" to be a step back.

If you hear news reports about alt coin miners screaming for regulation on the back of losses from MT-GOX then you can be pretty sure who caused it in the first place.

The clock is ticking coinmarket and your credibility is lower than a sausage dogs knackers but it doesn't have to be that way, I think you are genuine just really really bad at public relations. If we can support you in resolving this then just say the word.

This forum can be used for seeking solutions or just as a whine fest for those who have probably screwed many others with pump and dumps anyway and are now sulking because they can't cash out and do it somewhere else lol.

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March 04, 2014, 12:19:15 PM
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The fact that they haven't even posted to this thread in days to even assure people that they are still even trying to get things fixed, is enough evidence that the coins are all but lost imho.  No response to PM's, no posts on their own thread here - its pretty obvious that they do not even care about the lost money and coins.  They havent even made a single comment here since failing to deliver on just about everything in their last update.

My guess is they have just walked away from it and couldn't care less.

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March 04, 2014, 12:20:24 PM
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Hereby I voluntarily "gift" my coins at coinmarket to the coinmarket crew;
I understand you're having trouble, and since I do not wish to spend any more time watching this thread, nor do I want to start flaming like others are, you can keep my couple of btc's worth.
This way, having said it's now a gift, I won't have to be anxious anymore.

I wish you the best of luck in future endeavours, and keep up the good work.

I'm out.

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March 04, 2014, 12:47:37 PM
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Hereby I voluntarily "gift" [...] my couple of btc's [...].
Wait, wait don't be "out" just yet!  Grin
I lost some of those inside Gox, too - can you "gift" me some, instead of coinmarket ? I cook spaghetti and polish suede shoes - what do they do for your BTCs ? Cheesy
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March 04, 2014, 12:54:38 PM
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from Coinmarket.io Twitter:

CoinMarket.io @CoinMarketio
Applying the nospendzeroconfchange patch to all coins (preventive measure). A poll will be added to forums regarding resetting orderbooks.

no spend zeroconf change patch =  nospendzeroconfchange  patch LMAO

So relax guys, they are getting everything in order, we are all frusrtrated, but the site will be super secure once they are done.  they are planing to poll the customers on if we want them to reset the order books before opening. 

I think the answer is obvious.  Of course the order books need to be reset.  Also, they need to manually fix all the withdrawal and cancelled orders before reopening.
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March 04, 2014, 01:08:07 PM
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Of course, the nospendzeroconfchange patch.

Mysterious. Still better than no updates at all, but worse than milion other possible updates.

On the other news, that's how other exchange addresses and handles a serious issue:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=499580.msg5499870#msg5499870

Something to compare.

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March 04, 2014, 01:17:43 PM
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Ahh crap.  I think I sent coins to an exchange wallet address belonging to Coinmarket (mislabeled by myself unfortunately) last night.  And looking at the current support issues, well, this isn't looking promising.
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