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March 04, 2014, 06:38:35 PM
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I read your posts here. You said that you did'nt get any confirmation on your email, maybe you miss typed your email addr

Have made many withdrawals using this exchange previously.  All worked fine.  Ever since the up/down/up started no confirmation emails.

So they are stuck.   Coins are supposed to return to the wallet if not confirmed within a certain number of hours.  That didn't happen either.

This exchange has lost our coins and has not got the balls to admit what's happened.  Regardless what some fan boys of this exchange may think.  They are just trying to convince themselves its not true.

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March 04, 2014, 07:11:49 PM
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I've got 1 BTC here, planned for buying VTC.

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March 04, 2014, 07:14:14 PM
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People that are posting the WHOIS info.  How f..kin dumb are you?  Are you begging the owners of coinmarket to get pissed and do something unnecessary?  You dumb shits are putting all our money at risk by posting things like that online. 

Do you think you are smart and the only person who can do that?  What do you gain by posting that?  Morons.

+1 coinmarket might not be great at PR but that is no reason to put them at serious risk of harm because of a wobbly lip

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March 04, 2014, 07:39:49 PM
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People that are posting the WHOIS info.  How f..kin dumb are you?  Are you begging the owners of coinmarket to get pissed and do something unnecessary?  You dumb shits are putting all our money at risk by posting things like that online. 

Do you think you are smart and the only person who can do that?  What do you gain by posting that?  Morons.

+1 coinmarket might not be great at PR but that is no reason to put them at serious risk of harm because of a wobbly lip



Why not?  All they need to do is post up some honest answers and start dealing with peoples problems.  Until then they are the thief, and they deserve to be treated like one.

If they aren't bothered about updating hundreds of people on the status of possibly tens of thousands of dollars worth of coins, then why should anyone be bothered if they are paid a visit by somebody who is upset?

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March 04, 2014, 07:51:33 PM
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The good folks over at the poloniex "BTC stolen" thread need your help https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=499580.0

They don't realize that, although the owner has posted some info about the indicent, there are still red flags as we speak. Namely that the site is still accepting deposits, has no notice up that the site is down (save for a couple of tweets off to the side), and has not emailed customers.

It has been more than 14 hours since the incident. It is very strange that the website appears normal.

They made a decision to freeze withdrawls but allow deposits. Very fishy. I fear the same thing is happening to poloniex but people are too blind to see. Help them understand before more people potentially lose money.

We all want to believe that the operators of these exchanges are honest. But we can never be sure.
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March 04, 2014, 07:59:12 PM
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14 hours without an update, wow  Shocked

Its been a week without a response from coinmarket about my issues, so I'm not going to jump on another exchanges thread just yet.

The people over at poloniex are out 12% of their coins.  I'm out 100% of mine, yet there are pricks on this thread posting that they withdrew 3btc that wasn't even theirs.  Well fucking done.  They stole 3 btc from this exchange, yet people posting here are out 0.2, 0.1, 1.0 etc and they think its OK.

User Battleorigin has stolen 3btc from the exchange:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=454186.msg5491739#msg5491739

How many more like him?

That's why we aren't getting any updates, there is no btc left at the exchange, just this kid can't be bothered to tell everyone.

Perhaps the user battle origin would like to use that 3btc to give people like myself and others back the money they lost on the exchange?   Would seem the right thing to do.

Though I'll bet there is more chance of me having a piss on Barack Obamas desk than that happening.

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March 04, 2014, 08:24:37 PM
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Coinmarket.io
One question
WHAT THE FUCK?!

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March 04, 2014, 08:28:21 PM
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Coinmarket.io
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WHAT THE FUCK?!

Diddo!

 Huh Huh Huh Huh Huh Huh Huh Huh Huh Huh Huh Huh Huh
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March 04, 2014, 08:57:28 PM
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As long as my iCoin is still there I am happy, I have plenty btc and ltc but that iCoin I got at the prices I did will never be that cheap in 3 months from now.
Picked up like 10k for under 00002000, I can already make 50% profit on poloniex and over 100% profit on swisscex and those prices will be a joke in 3 months.lol

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March 04, 2014, 08:59:14 PM
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I guess they are having problems they are afraid to make public.
On the other hand it was a beta and coinmarket.io cannot be blamed for any issues.
They can be blamed for not updating us though !

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March 04, 2014, 09:08:22 PM
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I guess they are having problems they are afraid to make public.
On the other hand it was a beta and coinmarket.io cannot be blamed for any issues.
They can be blamed for not updating us though !

If it was "beta" then why increase the fees.  Whynhave fees at all on a beta??

Sticking a beta label on a site is not a get out of jail free card when they lose everyone's money.

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If it was "beta" then why increase the fees.  Whynhave fees at all on a beta??

Sticking a beta label on a site is not a get out of jail free card when they lose everyone's money.

Alright dude you really need to STFU. I get it you're angry you are currently out the coins you had on the site - so am I. But, you're not doing a damn thing that's productive.

You can find a cached copy of their TOS on Google which states:

"Terms of Service

By using CoinMarket.io (the Site),
you (the User) agree to the following terms:
The Site is in open beta.
This means, that it is avalible for public testing, but there may be bugs, downtime and other issues.

The Site and all content and other information contained on the Site is provided on an "AS IS" and "AS AVAILABLE" basis without warranty of any kind, whether expressed or implied.

CoinMarket.io makes no warranty that (I) the Site and content or information will be uninterrupted, timely, secure or error-free, (II) the results that may be obtained from use of this Site will be effective, accurate or reliable.

The Site may include technical mistakes, inaccuracies or typographical errors. CoinMarket.io reserves the right to change the Site content (including this Terms of Service) and information at any time without notice. We will do our best to inform you about any changes in our Terms of Service.

In no event shall CoinMarket.io or its affiliates be liable for any indirect, incidental, special, punitive damages or consequential damages of any kind, or any damages whatsoever arising out of or related to your use of the Site, the content and other information obtained therein."


I have lost money on the site as well, but your repeated threats really seem to border on you being unstable.

Every single one of these exchanges is a crap-shoot and a crap-fest of cobbled together code by amateurs who aren't qualified to build financial exchanges to begin with.

Most likely every one of these exchanges has been pilfered the same way GOX was end of story. Leaving any amount of coin on any exchange that you aren't prepared to lose is amateur hour. Does it suck? Absolutely! But the only way someone like you is going to get the accountability they want out of these so called, "exchanges" is if this becomes a regulated market. If you want the security you are after then you need to day trade real securities or commodities - you may not make any money, but at least you will have someone to call at the end of the day on a support line to bitch to.

Other than that your threats are moot and quite pointless and whether we get our coins back or not there isn't a damn thing you can do about it. Just like there isn't a damn thing the common man is going to be able to do to get their Bitcoins back from GOX or not take a haircut from using Poloniex.
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March 04, 2014, 09:30:18 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.

you are listening to about 2% of the users, who are probably quite young and immature, flipping the fuck out in this thread. At least 2 of the people flipping out in this thread, never even attempted to get support before flipping out in this thread.

Most of us have had no problems withdrawing under this upgrade.

nothing at all about this is like mtgox, people who say it are completely retarded.

I HAVE WITHDRAWN COINS.

I have sent coins and then withdrew them later.

They havetn communicated a lot.
they havent communicated ENOUGH.
But they havent "OMG THEY DISAPPEARED OF THE FACE OF THE EARTH, ZERO UPDATES.. I KEEP PM'n THEM EVEN THOUGH TECH SUPPORT SAYS USE THE THREAD"

But there are some little whiny ass bastards in this thread.

there are a couple people with legitimate problems and grievances who have tried to get help and havent really gotten the help they need yet but a majority of the flipping out "OMG THIS IS MTGOX II" people.. seem to just be trolls trying to spread FUD.

I get being upset. I dotn get being a stupid douche that doesnt read through a thread when upset his money is locked up. I dont get flipping the fuck out over the devs when you havent even requested once.. for help.. not even once. and yall are fucking it up for people who actually need help.

once again, not really happy with the communication and how coinmarket handled this upgrade.  THEY HAVE DONE SOME WRONGS.

but 90% of the freak out in this thead is pure bullshit.

Please cite the source of your information. What validates your confidence? What validates your mockery for the people who were fooled into getting raped by one of the 4 exchanges who are currently having serious issues? Your mockery does nothing but promote apathy and avert progress. Your communication should thereby be reinterpreted in a more positive way, such as "I believe in this exchange, because that is my opinion", instead of attempting to invalidate and mock the legitimate fears and concerns by those who are being raped by the exchanges. We are in this together - for the same reasons. Lets try and be more supportive. BTC
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March 04, 2014, 09:33:51 PM
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And not a single part of that TOS would stand up to a court of law.

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March 04, 2014, 09:38:51 PM
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I currently have around 2 Million NOBL stuck in coinmarket.io as well as around .3 BTC (if i recall correctly)
How do I proceed in withdrawing them?
Thanks for the help =)
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March 04, 2014, 09:42:27 PM
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I guess they are having problems they are afraid to make public.
On the other hand it was a beta and coinmarket.io cannot be blamed for any issues.
They can be blamed for not updating us though !

If it was "beta" then why increase the fees.  Whynhave fees at all on a beta??

Sticking a beta label on a site is not a get out of jail free card when they lose everyone's money.

I agree, beta is bullshit and a cop out for when they screw up and walk away with everyone's coinage, oh well it was a beta and it failed" better luck next time. They need to come in here and communicate  UNLESS they are not coming back?Huh

They would be better to say: Website is in "Bullshit mode"

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March 04, 2014, 10:28:20 PM
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One of our users also by mistake sent btc earlier today to his bitcoin wallet address on coinmarket.io, thought it was set to another exchange(bad mistake) transaction actually went through which means the wallet addresses are online still.

Now it's time to pray they are working hard to bring the exchange online.

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March 04, 2014, 10:33:59 PM
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Create an exchange, write "use it at your own risk" and then noone can blame you for anything.

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March 04, 2014, 10:41:44 PM
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Create an exchange, write "use it at your own risk" and then noone can blame you for anything.

Lets see what happens , unfortunately if coinmarket.io does not come back up it's just another step towards regulation.
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March 04, 2014, 11:51:56 PM
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just a note about my recent experience:
on March 3 (the exchange had short online period) I cancelled all my orders and requested withdrawal (USDe and BTC). I received two confirmation emails right away (so I confirmed both). Then I received my BTC during an hour. USDe is somewhere in a limbo though (never received).

DOGE:DEdiZUuusszWekeXuRA1gZyATW6PZvRCqx   42:4PkjxwwpTpjZhBAMo45128bEg1p9bdtc5j   VTC:VmLEvQataPQWGvCcWjeCDZaQuH8o1C5pQ6   USDe:GLngpzhYfrMHoEePPvZHTiwUGYqdu78HpE
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