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March 05, 2014, 07:32:01 PM
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I still don't understand how you are withdrawing anything.  I cannot even get a cached page to come up anymore with a snapshot of the site, let alone log-in.  Am I missing something here?Huh??

That's what I'm getting too. What's missing is at the other end of the packet stream.






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March 05, 2014, 07:32:23 PM
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they will back,i am sure.
No worry guys.
I hope so
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March 05, 2014, 07:42:47 PM
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if you think they are moving your coins out from your accounts just check your last bitcoin or other coin adress.. you will see that nothing has changed.



Just checked the deposit address for my BTC at coinmarket.io  I can see that the BTC was sent, but then it almost immediately got moved to another address. When I keep following it, it ends up in an address that hass over 2000 BTC which then keeps moving on.

My coinmarket wallet has 0 BTC in it now.

So I guess the exchange has been hacked and coins are now gone.

Care to show me your ID please ?

Here it is:

18sTKjavSKQ5oTCQa2HfHj4UuYHwr24oqp

You can see that I made a deposit of around 0.58 btc. It then got moved out about 90 mins later.

Current balance on that wallet is 0.

This may have been moving off to cold wallet by the exchange?  But I'm guessing if other people do the same, they will eventually see their btc going into a wallet with some 2000+ btc in it.

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March 05, 2014, 07:59:46 PM
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nospendzeroconfchange must be an EXTREMELY elaborate patch.

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March 05, 2014, 08:07:23 PM
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I made a deposit of 194017.87182785 MINT coins to my wallet on coinmarket (Mm1AZgigknz1NMWup9PGMTSS5zgYjqWDZw) in the few minutes it was online for on Monday Can I get a refund of my coins,please.The coins price is dropping and I don't want to lose money on it.Thanks in adv!!!

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March 05, 2014, 08:15:29 PM
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Time for the cops.
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March 05, 2014, 08:37:11 PM
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Looks like this is where they are hosting their website. http://www.hetzner.de/en/
So do you think the germans stole our coins?

From the coinmarket.io profile:
Last Active:   2014-03-03, 04:23:03

If you look at the departures on oslo airport you can see this flight:
06:05   Gran Canaria   BLX725   TUIfly Nordic
An early monday flight to gran canaria. Is this a coincidence?

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March 05, 2014, 08:43:56 PM
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Just got on and withdrew everything I could (some left as exchanges aren't available) and confirmed all withdrawals via email links with no failures. Time will tell if it works or not...
got your coins?

Yes, they came through.
if your coins are withdrew today I think (hope) its unlikely coinmarket is a scam.

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March 05, 2014, 09:14:03 PM
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Yeah something is wrong, one of our users sent +- 1.8 btc to this address on coinmarket.io by mistake yesterday. 1DFRVczZmc7s6sTNrHYvHoSKa4bswdN1Vt

The amounts have since been withdrawn into 2 separate wallet addresses.

https://blockchain.info/address/1DFRVczZmc7s6sTNrHYvHoSKa4bswdN1Vt

So why would bitcoins sent yesterday be under threat if the hack took place ages ago?

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March 05, 2014, 09:23:42 PM
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Yeah something is wrong, one of our users sent +- 1.8 btc to this address on coinmarket.io by mistake yesterday. 1DFRVczZmc7s6sTNrHYvHoSKa4bswdN1Vt

The amounts have since been withdrawn into 2 separate wallet addresses.

https://blockchain.info/address/1DFRVczZmc7s6sTNrHYvHoSKa4bswdN1Vt

So why would bitcoins sent yesterday be under threat if the hack took place ages ago?



Looks like this is a scam after all!! Also had iCoin and BTC on this exchange although I withdrew most of it off straight away.

It's a really terrible situation the crypto world finds itself in... started off with scamcoins , now scam exchanges is the new craze which is a lot more dangerous!!

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March 05, 2014, 09:35:20 PM
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Just got on and withdrew everything I could (some left as exchanges aren't available) and confirmed all withdrawals via email links with no failures. Time will tell if it works or not...
got your coins?

Yes, they came through.
if your coins are withdrew today I think (hope) its unlikely coinmarket is a scam.

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March 05, 2014, 09:44:20 PM
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All the btc deposited seems to have gone to other wallets, and coin market.io has made zero updates recently.  Looks like the coins are gone and the kid running this exchange has either scammed everyone, or has no idea how to admit this problem to us.

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March 05, 2014, 09:48:45 PM
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Yeah something is wrong, one of our users sent +- 1.8 btc to this address on coinmarket.io by mistake yesterday. 1DFRVczZmc7s6sTNrHYvHoSKa4bswdN1Vt

The amounts have since been withdrawn into 2 separate wallet addresses.

https://blockchain.info/address/1DFRVczZmc7s6sTNrHYvHoSKa4bswdN1Vt

So why would bitcoins sent yesterday be under threat if the hack took place ages ago?



These might be cold storage wallets as the funds have not left those accounts unlike the other btc examples here but then again why put them into 2 accounts and not 1.

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March 05, 2014, 09:53:19 PM
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All the btc deposited seems to have gone to other wallets, and coin market.io has made zero updates recently.  Looks like the coins are gone and the kid running this exchange has either scammed everyone, or has no idea how to admit this problem to us.

The site initially went down due to a flaw someone found in the engine... then a new engine was about to be released, at this point no hacking had taken place.

I am going to go with scam for now until proven otherwise.
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March 05, 2014, 09:54:29 PM
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Omg i have 1.97Btc on coinmarket.io .I hope in this exchange will be ready and fair!
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March 05, 2014, 10:06:30 PM
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Lutz at people crying to get the cops involved. Goes agenst what cryptos are to be all about. You can not handle a possible loss this crap is really not for you. I have lost coins on few exchanges, I get upset, then shrug my shoulders and move on. Then again I understand the risks involved, shit happens.

Let me ask you guys this, if it does come back online and you guys get your stuff back, will you take back every word about it being a scam? I doubt it.

Kinda glad this crap happens in a way, weeds out the morons that should not be involved in cryptos anyways.

You should never keep anything in an exchange, just like a pool. If your day trading ... well take your shit out every day. Put it back in when you are ready to trade again.

Sorry for the harsh words, but really, this crap needs to stop. People like some will in fact be the downfall of cryptos. Once you get idiot governments involved, they over regulate every damn time.

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March 05, 2014, 10:29:05 PM
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If exchanges keep scamming people and hackers keep stealing money then it will be inevitable that one of two paths will be taken.

1. Crypto will die as people will simply lose faith or trust in self regulation.
2. Governments around the globe will move to ban them, and all banks/currency exchanges will be barred from accepting crypto currency.

If coinmarket comes back, gives me my 1.007 btc and 5.8m leaf then I will take back every negative word I've said about the exchange, but right now I think I've got more chance of seeing Santa Clause than seeing those coins again.

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March 05, 2014, 10:44:18 PM
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Yeah something is wrong, one of our users sent +- 1.8 btc to this address on coinmarket.io by mistake yesterday. 1DFRVczZmc7s6sTNrHYvHoSKa4bswdN1Vt

The amounts have since been withdrawn into 2 separate wallet addresses.

https://blockchain.info/address/1DFRVczZmc7s6sTNrHYvHoSKa4bswdN1Vt

So why would bitcoins sent yesterday be under threat if the hack took place ages ago?



These might be cold storage wallets as the funds have not left those accounts unlike the other btc examples here but then again why put them into 2 accounts and not 1.



There is still hope that those funds are going into cold storage and they just need time to manually sort through all the stuck withdrawals and cancelled orders.  BUT the longer they take to not post an update, the more likely this ends badly.

The only reason I have hope is, if they were going to scam.  WHY KEEP THE SITE LIVE SO PEOPLE CAN WITHDRAW?  1% of us who were trying to withdraw when the site went offline were the only ones that lost their coins.  EVERYONE else got their coins.

I see only two options.

1/  They are the dumbest f..kin bunch of criminals who try to steal your money but yet lets 99% of the money leave untouched.
2/  They are truly trying to fix withdrawals and apply patches and its taking longer than thought and they decided not to answer a hundred and one emails and pms until they are done.

There is also a possibility that they were hacked, but if they were.  Then again rises the question.  If you are hacked, why in the F..kin world would you leave the site online?  Seems begging  for a disaster and no right dev would keep the site  online if he was hacked.  Even GOX and poloniex or whatever you want to call it shut down.

I see number 2 as the most reasonable explanation for all this, but its getting harder to have faith.
BUT I just can't wrap my head around the fact that they continued to let people withdraw their money the entire time.  No criminal can be that F..kin  dumb can they?
3 no dev in their right mind would keep the site online if it was truly hacked.
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March 05, 2014, 10:55:24 PM
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If 1 then they are CUNTS for stealing and giving crypto a bad name

If 2 They are CUNTS for not even one tweet and giving crypto a bad name

However or whatever they are CUNTS.

And I would like to know where these CUNTS live so I can fuck them up the arse.

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March 05, 2014, 11:03:15 PM
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I see only two options.

1/  They are the dumbest f..kin bunch of criminals who try to steal your money but yet lets 99% of the money leave untouched.
2/  They are truly trying to fix withdrawals and apply patches and its taking longer than thought and they decided not to answer a hundred and one emails and pms until they are done.

There is also a possibility that they were hacked, but if they were.  Then again rises the question.  If you are hacked, why in the F..kin world would you leave the site online?  Seems begging  for a disaster and no right dev would keep the site  online if he was hacked.  Even GOX and poloniex or whatever you want to call it shut down.

I see number 2 as the most reasonable explanation for all this, but its getting harder to have faith.
BUT I just can't wrap my head around the fact that they continued to let people withdraw their money the entire time.  No criminal can be that F..kin  dumb can they?
3 no dev in their right mind would keep the site online if it was truly hacked.

My thoughts exacly. Leaving website online in such condition makes no sense at all. People who was lucky enough to enter and request withdrawal, which with such "server stability" can and will fail at a numerous places, will later cause huge support problems when (and if) CM.io will be back.

Such a terrible damage control, I can't even find a reason for it, unless all the people in CM team got in to some kind of terrible accident and only a single guy survived, but he has only a twitter account access and is buying him some time (because whatever reason), while breaking in the co-workers houses with an intention to find a server password so he could withdraw all the coins and run away. Or, you know, ALIENS.

So, since nothing makes sense in this situation, I'm just waiting for a chance to login and withdraw my coins. I feel no hate, I do not think it was elaborate scam, but PLEASE EXPLAIN WHAT'S HAPPENING. It's The Great Mystery of Crypto World.

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