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March 06, 2014, 02:52:53 AM
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This is terrible Coinmarket.io - the lack of transparency is completely inexcusable.

Is this the Kenneth Bjorke that is registered against Coinmarket.io domain?


He lives in Oslo, recently tweeted about CloudFlare being down, and follows CoinMarket.io.
https://twitter.com/kbjoerke
http://no.linkedin.com/in/kbjoerke

He lists PKI as a skill and follows a group "Ethical Hacker" on LinkedIn.
Looks like he works a day job as Senior IT Operations and Infrastructure for a shipping business called "Fred Olsen": http://www.fredolsen.no/
Can't be too difficult to work out his email address and ask...

That said, this guy could have nothing to do with CoinMarket.io!






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March 06, 2014, 04:35:35 AM
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I haven't said anything about this and I have quite a few coins at the exchange.  I'm just amazed at how silent they have been on this.  When they first started all of a month ago or so they was all over the forums.  Now you can't get anything out of them.

Up until now I've had little doubt they would be up again soon since they always have been in the past but with each missed deadline and then no follow-up explanation and now apparently the worlds largest patch is being applied since it's taking days to implement, I'm just baffled by their behavior.

In the end if I lose my coins I guess I lose my coins but I fail to see how crypto can ever be taken seriously and become mainstream when exchanges disappear along with peoples money all the time.  How can anyone do anything with their coins with any degree of confidence when every move is just opening yourself up to having your coins snatched?

Edit:  And to be clear.  I'm not saying they are in fact stealing our coins.  I don't know that and I certainly hope that aren't.  If they intended to steal coins they sure had opportunities to get a lot more.  So I can't see theft being their primary motivation.  I simply can't understand the lack of communication when there has been a lose of coins on so many different exchanges recently.  I don't know why they would let people's imaginations (and fears) run wild in this environment.

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March 06, 2014, 04:38:53 AM
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i think if theft was their main concern they would have cashed out when they had much larger volume. I bet they are having issues with the code. Let's hope so

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March 06, 2014, 05:04:49 AM
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Where is my fu*king money?
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March 06, 2014, 05:10:33 AM
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If I had to guess what's happening, it would be that the job turned out to be more complicated than they had assumed. As we all know, sometimes when you work on a complicated problem you're charting new territory and you don't know how long it will take to resolve it. They missed one deadline and they don't want to continue promising more deadlines that they can't keep. Alternatively, human factors such as an illness or having to work overtime could be a cause. Although having said that, I'm crossing my fingers like everyone else.
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March 06, 2014, 05:28:15 AM
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Watching blockchain . Btc is being stolen. It was scam. Rather trade bte - e or cryptsy or coins - e . Don't trust any new exchange




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March 06, 2014, 05:36:59 AM
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Watching blockchain . Btc is being stolen. It was scam. Rather trade bte - e or cryptsy or coins - e . Don't trust any new exchange

Mt Gox wasn't new and it certainly didn't do well either.  I guess we have fundamental questions to ask.  How do we know our coins won't simply be taken when we transfer them anywhere for any type of transaction and I believe the answer is we don't know and probably can't know and to me that is quite a problem.
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March 06, 2014, 06:11:01 AM
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Watching blockchain . Btc is being stolen. It was scam. Rather trade bte - e or cryptsy or coins - e . Don't trust any new exchange

Mt Gox wasn't new and it certainly didn't do well either.  I guess we have fundamental questions to ask.  How do we know our coins won't simply be taken when we transfer them anywhere for any type of transaction and I believe the answer is we don't know and probably can't know and to me that is quite a problem.


I am sorry to say this but gox and other exchanges are going to kill off what Cryptos was all about and regulation will come in fast, governments will have a excuse to do it now. At the same
time I feel this is teaching people a valuable lesson that banks and fiat is not a bad thing.

Sorry to say this, I am new to the crypto scene but I am out now. Cashing back into fiat as this is like the wild west.

Good luck to virtual currencies but I am out of this scamfest , humans can't be trusted and this is why we have regulation.
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March 06, 2014, 06:11:23 AM
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WTF,when can I withdraw my coins,many coins in your website,can you repay me my coins??

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March 06, 2014, 06:26:32 AM
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Watching blockchain . Btc is being stolen. It was scam. Rather trade bte - e or cryptsy or coins - e . Don't trust any new exchange

Mt Gox wasn't new and it certainly didn't do well either.  I guess we have fundamental questions to ask.  How do we know our coins won't simply be taken when we transfer them anywhere for any type of transaction and I believe the answer is we don't know and probably can't know and to me that is quite a problem.


I am sorry to say this but gox and other exchanges are going to kill off what Cryptos was all about and regulation will come in fast, governments will have a excuse to do it now. At the same
time I feel this is teaching people a valuable lesson that banks and fiat is not a bad thing.

Sorry to say this, I am new to the crypto scene but I am out now. Cashing back into fiat as this is like the wild west.

Good luck to virtual currencies but I am out of this scamfest , humans can't be trusted and this is why we have regulation.

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long live fiat

long live government regulation

long live reversible transactions
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March 06, 2014, 06:34:40 AM
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hi profile shows a time zone that is 1hr apart from Norway so he may not be in Norway.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=221995
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March 06, 2014, 06:37:33 AM
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i just want to say this in hoped to calm some of you down.

when they went off and on for a little bit , they had the withdrawals still working while everything else was on pause. I doubt they are offline to steal your coins now. If that was the case they would not allow people to withdraw eveything. read back they last comments. They stated that withdrawals are working. and they did work since i was able to withdraw both btcs and Karmacoins.

I think they are working on coding. Hopefully that will help calm you down a bit.

I do think, that the lack of active communication and updates is unprofessional and they should start hourly update people now!
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March 06, 2014, 06:38:03 AM
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Watching blockchain . Btc is being stolen. It was scam. Rather trade bte - e or cryptsy or coins - e . Don't trust any new exchange

Mt Gox wasn't new and it certainly didn't do well either.  I guess we have fundamental questions to ask.  How do we know our coins won't simply be taken when we transfer them anywhere for any type of transaction and I believe the answer is we don't know and probably can't know and to me that is quite a problem.


I am sorry to say this but gox and other exchanges are going to kill off what Cryptos was all about and regulation will come in fast, governments will have a excuse to do it now. At the same
time I feel this is teaching people a valuable lesson that banks and fiat is not a bad thing.

Sorry to say this, I am new to the crypto scene but I am out now. Cashing back into fiat as this is like the wild west.

Good luck to virtual currencies but I am out of this scamfest , humans can't be trusted and this is why we have regulation.

When bitcoin was started, it wasn't about deregulation. It was about decentralization. And it remains decentralized. Regulation is going to happen. Especially on exchanges that also deal with fiat currency. In fact, several US based exchanges are already dealing with regulation and complying with it. You can expect Bitcoin to remain decentralized. You cannot expect any sort of currency to be allowed to be used to buy drugs, guns, hitmen, etc., or avoid taxation or traceability, without the government getting involved. Regulation is a good thing for honest folks. It is only bad for criminals and tax evaders. Decentralization is good for everyone, though, and that will continue.
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March 06, 2014, 06:57:39 AM
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Watching blockchain . Btc is being stolen. It was scam. Rather trade bte - e or cryptsy or coins - e . Don't trust any new exchange

Mt Gox wasn't new and it certainly didn't do well either.  I guess we have fundamental questions to ask.  How do we know our coins won't simply be taken when we transfer them anywhere for any type of transaction and I believe the answer is we don't know and probably can't know and to me that is quite a problem.


I am sorry to say this but gox and other exchanges are going to kill off what Cryptos was all about and regulation will come in fast, governments will have a excuse to do it now. At the same
time I feel this is teaching people a valuable lesson that banks and fiat is not a bad thing.

Sorry to say this, I am new to the crypto scene but I am out now. Cashing back into fiat as this is like the wild west.

Good luck to virtual currencies but I am out of this scamfest , humans can't be trusted and this is why we have regulation.

When bitcoin was started, it wasn't about deregulation. It was about decentralization. And it remains decentralized. Regulation is going to happen. Especially on exchanges that also deal with fiat currency. In fact, several US based exchanges are already dealing with regulation and complying with it. You can expect Bitcoin to remain decentralized. You cannot expect any sort of currency to be allowed to be used to buy drugs, guns, hitmen, etc., or avoid taxation or traceability, without the government getting involved. Regulation is a good thing for honest folks. It is only bad for criminals and tax evaders. Decentralization is good for everyone, though, and that will continue.

Can you confirm which exchanges are being regulated?
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March 06, 2014, 07:22:12 AM
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Watching blockchain . Btc is being stolen. It was scam. Rather trade bte - e or cryptsy or coins - e . Don't trust any new exchange

Mt Gox wasn't new and it certainly didn't do well either.  I guess we have fundamental questions to ask.  How do we know our coins won't simply be taken when we transfer them anywhere for any type of transaction and I believe the answer is we don't know and probably can't know and to me that is quite a problem.


I am sorry to say this but gox and other exchanges are going to kill off what Cryptos was all about and regulation will come in fast, governments will have a excuse to do it now. At the same
time I feel this is teaching people a valuable lesson that banks and fiat is not a bad thing.

Sorry to say this, I am new to the crypto scene but I am out now. Cashing back into fiat as this is like the wild west.

Good luck to virtual currencies but I am out of this scamfest , humans can't be trusted and this is why we have regulation.

The true believers of crypto are going to have to wake up to the reality that if this is ever going to be taken seriously by the majority of people, the people can't feel like they are playing Russian Roulette with their coins every time they try to use them.  I can't say I know what the answer is but regulation is going to play a part in it.  I can't imagine it could get any worse than it currently is.

If things continue as they are now people will either leave the crypto world or they will stop doing transactions with their coins out of fear of losing them which would eventually kill the coins anyway.  This truly is a minefield.  One wrong or unlucky step and kaboom your coins are lost.  Just insane.



  




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March 06, 2014, 07:57:54 AM
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Fucking scammers, fucking parasites i'd kill them all with my hands.

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March 06, 2014, 08:12:02 AM
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Coinmarket.io :  Is that very hard to give us an update?  Let us know what the heck happened, people will be ready to help/suggest.
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March 06, 2014, 09:13:00 AM
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This is terrible Coinmarket.io - the lack of transparency is completely inexcusable.

Is this the Kenneth Bjorke that is registered against Coinmarket.io domain?


He lives in Oslo, recently tweeted about CloudFlare being down, and follows CoinMarket.io.
https://twitter.com/kbjoerke
http://no.linkedin.com/in/kbjoerke

He lists PKI as a skill and follows a group "Ethical Hacker" on LinkedIn.
Looks like he works a day job as Senior IT Operations and Infrastructure for a shipping business called "Fred Olsen": http://www.fredolsen.no/
Can't be too difficult to work out his email address and ask...

That said, this guy could have nothing to do with CoinMarket.io!



This would fit in with the info I found.  The po box now listed has links to fredolson.

Time to make contact with this person and start asking questions.

coinmarket.io has lost my 1BTC.
Donations welcome 1GBTpqxpkdUMW4gq7R15eNdEmTEyrogHmM  any donations in excess of my loss will go to others who have also had coins stolen/lost.
Current donations received: 0.01BTC.
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March 06, 2014, 09:53:57 AM
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dear mate coinmarket.io
i have some stuck utc in the market, would you send them back to me plz.
user name: apulunas
utc address: Um3rGX789DAXjxC9zgEd4ypCjmykh1Z96B
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March 06, 2014, 10:04:48 AM
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dear mate coinmarket.io
i have some stuck utc in the market, would you send them back to me plz.
user name: apulunas
utc address: Um3rGX789DAXjxC9zgEd4ypCjmykh1Z96B

Good luck with that, at this point we can assume all our coins are gone.
We should definitely go after this people or this will end up giving incentive scammers to scam more in the future.
Punish 1 to educate 100 or how is it said...

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