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March 05, 2014, 11:03:42 AM
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March 05, 2014, 11:16:14 AM
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On 19 February 2014 at 17:32, I tried to make a withdrawal of 1362685 DOGE.

I received the confirmation email and clicked on the confirmation link. My withdrawal was then confirmed, but was not allocated a transaction ID. The coins were not sent, and the DOGE wallet was removed from coinmarket.io shortly afterwards.

On 24 February 2014 at 01:50, coinmarket.io posted on this thread:
Doge wallet should be back by the end of tomorrow.
Seven days later, it is not back, and I have heard nothing further from coinmarket.io.

On 27 February 2014 at 04:41, @CoinMarketio tweeted that "Withdrawals that failed without an txid being provided (some 20 of them) will be processed manually - in the next 8 hours, probably faster": https://twitter.com/CoinMarketio/status/439017538996146176
104 hours later, my withdrawal has not been processed, manually or otherwise, and I have heard nothing further from coinmarket.io.

I can see from dogechain that the coins are still at the coinmarket address to which I deposited them:
http://dogechain.info/address/DMugxPsYi6d1Rh5EURMojraP2GHsTTbjR3
...and not in my own wallet, where they should be:
http://dogechain.info/address/DK6X3t77BhxQojv3v5cvvHMgd2PXyeYUh3

This has already cost me a considerable amount in trading opportunity. Coinmarket, provide an update please.

Two weeks after my withdrawal request, I am still being ignored.
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March 05, 2014, 11:20:36 AM
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coinmarket=conmarket
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March 05, 2014, 11:44:26 AM
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Coinmarket, is it possible to push my USDe withdrawal somehow ?

...which I initiated on March 3, and after confirmation there wasn't transaction ID

my withdrawal address is: GdwEyAjoPYL7UD8eXaLygRFw72KkhCsV5H

I appreciate your attention

PS: and could please ensure you're on the right chain before (update the wallet)

DOGE:DEdiZUuusszWekeXuRA1gZyATW6PZvRCqx   42:4PkjxwwpTpjZhBAMo45128bEg1p9bdtc5j   VTC:VmLEvQataPQWGvCcWjeCDZaQuH8o1C5pQ6   USDe:GLngpzhYfrMHoEePPvZHTiwUGYqdu78HpE
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March 05, 2014, 11:56:48 AM
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It can't be :O Come back coinmarket.io

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March 05, 2014, 11:58:30 AM
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Hi all,

I just created a new user in this forum to say this:

Here is what I think has happened with CoinMarket.io. Their intentions were good from the very beginning. They set out to create a fast and reliable exchange. This was the case for many weeks and then they either noticed some suspicious activity or found some major bugs in their code.

As fast and as hard as they tried, they just couldn't fix the issue and are panicking right now. Their lead programmer either quit or is so overwhelmed that he too has no idea how to fix it.

As a career programmer, and now analyst, I can tell you that they are panicking and have no idea what to say to us. How do you say to the public you have no idea how to solve the issues?

I feel sorry for them. I also sympathize with the "victims".

My advice is to accept the loss. They may never come back.
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March 05, 2014, 12:02:31 PM
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It can't be :O Come back coinmarket.io

Dream on.....

They have damaged their name.

I think it's easier to take the money, take the software, change the layout and come back with an other name.

Sorry guys, I think they are gone with our money, and they will set up an other exchange with our money and the experience from coinmarket.io.

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March 05, 2014, 12:11:30 PM
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CUM back coinmartketo.io we need you !1

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March 05, 2014, 12:17:57 PM
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Simple fact is do not trust any exchanges.

If i had lost any money with them I would certainly be reporting it. No update from them in days,  they have basically stolen the money,  why don't you all get together and report it.
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March 05, 2014, 12:32:30 PM
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Hi all,

I just created a new user in this forum to say this:

Here is what I think has happened with CoinMarket.io. Their intentions were good from the very beginning. They set out to create a fast and reliable exchange. This was the case for many weeks and then they either noticed some suspicious activity or found some major bugs in their code.

As fast and as hard as they tried, they just couldn't fix the issue and are panicking right now. Their lead programmer either quit or is so overwhelmed that he too has no idea how to fix it.

As a career programmer, and now analyst, I can tell you that they are panicking and have no idea what to say to us. How do you say to the public you have no idea how to solve the issues?

I feel sorry for them. I also sympathize with the "victims".

My advice is to accept the loss. They may never come back.

Why create a new login to post?  That stinks....

Your advice is shit,  why would anyone accept the loss,  they have stolen people's money.
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March 05, 2014, 12:32:41 PM
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Hi all,

I just created a new user in this forum to say this:

Here is what I think has happened with CoinMarket.io. Their intentions were good from the very beginning. They set out to create a fast and reliable exchange. This was the case for many weeks and then they either noticed some suspicious activity or found some major bugs in their code.

As fast and as hard as they tried, they just couldn't fix the issue and are panicking right now. Their lead programmer either quit or is so overwhelmed that he too has no idea how to fix it.

As a career programmer, and now analyst, I can tell you that they are panicking and have no idea what to say to us. How do you say to the public you have no idea how to solve the issues?

I feel sorry for them. I also sympathize with the "victims".

My advice is to accept the loss. They may never come back.
I think you are right, I have some coins there 2 and there are kinda 3 ways for this:
1.The stole allready everything and we are buy-bye =))
2.They wanna come back big style like rush with many many coins and just keeping us with no breath(no info) and then when all will see that it's back and better will remain to trade there
3. They are over their head with the problems of the site and just don't know what to say that won't drag them even lower.
Have faith they can't go to mars yet with our coins.. so Patience always wins!
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March 05, 2014, 12:36:16 PM
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Their  silence speaks volumes.....


Get the cops involved ASAP.
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March 05, 2014, 12:51:10 PM
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Simple fact is do not trust any exchanges.

If i had lost any money with them I would certainly be reporting it. No update from them in days,  they have basically stolen the money,  why don't you all get together and report it.

Cryptsy seems legit, located in Delray Beach, FL.  At least they have a picture of their office building and an actual address, unlike BTC-e.

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March 05, 2014, 01:01:45 PM
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Their  silence speaks volumes.....


Get the cops involved ASAP.

Unfortunately I am beginning to think this may indeed be the only option we have. I had great faith in this exchange and stuck with it for over a week of downtime depositing all my mining coins, seems I've lost about 10 days worth of mining now, around £80 which I accept isn't as bad as some but nevertheless still pretty rubbish...

The thing I don't understand, if it isn't legit why would it keep going up and down and allow some people to withdraw throughout this? I had plenty of opportunity to withdraw and perhaps foolishly decided to bear with it.
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March 05, 2014, 01:41:35 PM
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Hi all,

I just created a new user in this forum to say this:

Here is what I think has happened with CoinMarket.io. Their intentions were good from the very beginning. They set out to create a fast and reliable exchange. This was the case for many weeks and then they either noticed some suspicious activity or found some major bugs in their code.

As fast and as hard as they tried, they just couldn't fix the issue and are panicking right now. Their lead programmer either quit or is so overwhelmed that he too has no idea how to fix it.

As a career programmer, and now analyst, I can tell you that they are panicking and have no idea what to say to us. How do you say to the public you have no idea how to solve the issues?

I feel sorry for them. I also sympathize with the "victims".

My advice is to accept the loss. They may never come back.
I think you are right, I have some coins there 2 and there are kinda 3 ways for this:
1.The stole allready everything and we are buy-bye =))
2.They wanna come back big style like rush with many many coins and just keeping us with no breath(no info) and then when all will see that it's back and better will remain to trade there
3. They are over their head with the problems of the site and just don't know what to say that won't drag them even lower.
Have faith they can't go to mars yet with our coins.. so Patience always wins!

Well problem that faith is all what left... since i fear our coins gone already...

Damn 2 weeks.. they fooled us for 2 weeks. Poloniex fix problem and return to work in 1 day, yes we lost 12% btc but it working in 1! day after being hacked. So 2 weeks is just a joke...
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March 05, 2014, 01:44:57 PM
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Another overnight exchange bites the dust.

I do not understand why you all keeps funds in all these new exchanges. Exchanges like Cryptsy, Btc-e are fair enough but to trust these ones is surprising.
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March 05, 2014, 01:46:25 PM
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Another overnight exchange bites the dust.

I do not understand why you all keeps funds in all these new exchanges. Exchanges like Cryptsy, Btc-e are fair enough but to trust these ones is surprising.

Becourse a lot of new coins trading on new exchanges...
Well.. i guess nobody keep all money on new exchanges but we need some btc to trade there...
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March 05, 2014, 01:53:47 PM
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Damn 2 weeks.. they fooled us for 2 weeks. Poloniex fix problem and return to work in 1 day, yes we lost 12% btc but it working in 1! day after being hacked. So 2 weeks is just a joke...

Yes, probably time to do something.

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Domain Name : coinmarket.io
Domain Status : Live
First Registered : 2014-01-09
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Contact Name : Anette Enger
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March 05, 2014, 01:54:41 PM
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Another overnight exchange bites the dust.

I do not understand why you all keeps funds in all these new exchanges. Exchanges like Cryptsy, Btc-e are fair enough but to trust these ones is surprising.

Becourse a lot of new coins trading on new exchanges...
Well.. i guess nobody keep all money on new exchanges but we need some btc to trade there...

The losses should be less then. A few posts above somebody mentioned he put all his mined coins in there like using an online wallet. Thats just stupid.

The exchange guy was active yesterday. In case he does not turn up you all should take some legal action. Open a thread in the scam accusation board too and request the bitcointalk admins for the personal details.
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March 05, 2014, 01:58:50 PM
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Another overnight exchange bites the dust.

I do not understand why you all keeps funds in all these new exchanges. Exchanges like Cryptsy, Btc-e are fair enough but to trust these ones is surprising.

Becourse a lot of new coins trading on new exchanges...
Well.. i guess nobody keep all money on new exchanges but we need some btc to trade there...

The losses should be less then. A few posts above somebody mentioned he put all his mined coins in there like using an online wallet. Thats just stupid.

The exchange guy was active yesterday. In case he does not turn up you all should take some legal action. Open a thread in the scam accusation board too and request the bitcointalk admins for the personal details.

It wasn't the intention of putting them there to store, but to trade. I had hoped the days of downtime were legit and once back up (promised a few times within a day) I would be able to trade them again. Annoyingly some coins can only be traded there, there are no alternative exchanges.
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