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March 12, 2014, 01:00:18 AM
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I don't have any coins at that shit exchange, never put a lot in it, and i was on time to withdraw everything, but when you count all the coins that were for sell, and all the BTCs that were on BID then this guy is RICH!!!!!!
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March 12, 2014, 01:10:37 AM
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Someone planning to kill him or is that a little too far? Smiley

I can believe when people lost for example 5BTC or so, and they are students and don't have money that they will be so angry and want to find this guy and kill him. Sometimes people are getting killed for less, for example for one sigarette. A few years ago, someone was killed because of a stupid sigarette, so ....

In fact i don't care if they would do that with cheater Cheesy, but i will not hire someone or do it myself Smiley
Are you seriously asking if killing him goes to far??
now what you mean there: that's clearly obvious killing him wouldn't be too much (wtf) or you think (like me), that talking about killing people over such things is quite ...childish.
Ofcourse i meant the second thing.

Someone planning to kill him or is that a little too far? Smiley

I can believe when people lost for example 5BTC or so, and they are students and don't have money that they will be so angry and want to find this guy and kill him. Sometimes people are getting killed for less, for example for one sigarette. A few years ago, someone was killed because of a stupid sigarette, so ....

In fact i don't care if they would do that with cheater Cheesy, but i will not hire someone or do it myself Smiley
Are you seriously asking if killing him goes to far??

Look as i said... i'll never do it, or ask other people to do it, but i would totally understand when people lost a lot of money that they want to kill him. Maybe not kill kill, but hurting or making sure that he will not be able to walk, something like that. Smiley You know there are a lot of strange people in the world, in fact i would be afraid to cheat someone even for 1 eurocent.

I warm people of this site from the beginning!!! Never put money in those new exchanges, they always steal your money.


I have to tell you I'm a Christian so that's why the thought of people wanting to kill the owner over money went too far obviously.
That means they value money more than life.
You're right about a lot of strange people being around that would actually do it.

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March 12, 2014, 01:22:15 AM
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Fuck me, has this really happened?

I am so glad I got a window of opportunity to withdraw my coins about a week ago, and can only feel sorry for those of you that didn't.

What really annoys me is that I really liked Coinmarket, and although there was quite a bit of downtime, they kept us updated on the status of the problem.

I wonder (if the owner stays alive  Lips sealed) would this stand up in court because the warning about it being Beta was up and to use at your own risk?
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March 12, 2014, 01:23:03 AM
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Keeping coins on exchanges is stupid and ppl can blame only themselves if they loose something. It is your own risk sending coins there. Don't snivel like 13yr old schoolgirls. Accept your mistakes. Same with Cryptsy, Kraken or all others.

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March 12, 2014, 01:25:07 AM
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Keeping coins on exchanges is stupid and ppl can blame only themselves if they loose something. It is your own risk sending coins there. Don't snivel like 13yr old schoolgirls. Accept your mistakes. Same with Cryptsy, Kraken or all other.

Its the fact that trust has been lost yet again. Why shouldn't we be able to keep coins in an exchange. I assume Day traders must have to.
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March 12, 2014, 01:31:10 AM
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dont keep it over night at exchanges and don't trade with amounts you can not get over at one time. no exchange gives guarantees. its all on your own risk. there is no insurance or law backing you.

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March 12, 2014, 01:31:43 AM
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Well, if you made a mistake sending coins to a exchange, don't make another one by not trying to find this asshole.
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March 12, 2014, 01:42:27 AM
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Specifically for coinmarket.io, I personally think the guy operating this exchange is faithful and there will be an explanation for the trouble. I can not see a reason for him to run away. He will make much more money by keeping it running.

But you never know. I trade always with smaller amounts, even if I have to send 5 times. And I don't use exchanges as my wallet. Independent what is the name of the exchange.

btw. I also don't trust banks in real live.

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March 12, 2014, 02:35:28 AM
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I refer you all to 40+ pages of comments and over a week ago.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=454186.msg5482372#msg5482372

I wonder if in another week people will still be believing coinmarket.io is going to be the next great exchange.
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March 12, 2014, 03:02:09 AM
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dont keep it over night at exchanges and don't trade with amounts you can not get over at one time. no exchange gives guarantees. its all on your own risk. there is no insurance or law backing you.

This is such bullshit advice.  Your money can be lost at anytime. Doesnt need to be overnight, the site can go down at anytime.
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March 12, 2014, 03:16:34 AM
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Keeping coins on exchanges is stupid and ppl can blame only themselves if they loose something. It is your own risk sending coins there. Don't snivel like 13yr old schoolgirls. Accept your mistakes. Same with Cryptsy, Kraken or all others.

Although I understand your point I find it a bit troublesome if we have to move money in, make a transaction, and immediately move our money back out again for fear of having the exchange take our coins.  That would seem to be a bit of a problem for the whole concept of an exchange if this is the safeguards that are necessary which of course wouldn't work anyway.  As mentioned in a later post the exchange can go down at any time.  All you are doing is reducing your exposure but that does nothing to deal with the actual problem which is the disappearing coins.

Although it happens in the regulated world to, there are protections for investors to some extent.  If the crypto world is ever going to be accepted as a legitimate business you can't have everyone fearing the constant theft of coins.  Fear leads to hording which leads to reduced transactions which leads to dead coins.  You can say it is our fault for putting money somewhere or such and such but when your coins simply disappear that is theft and that is a crime.  It isn't the victims fault that they got robbed.  Someone had to commit the crime.

I have to add that it is bit funny to me that I've got the vast majority of my net worth held at regulated exchanges in the fiat world and I have not encountered this problem yet in over 25 years.  Three months into the crypto world and I've been robbed of some coins twice.
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March 12, 2014, 03:44:38 AM
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Keeping coins on exchanges is stupid and ppl can blame only themselves if they loose something. It is your own risk sending coins there. Don't snivel like 13yr old schoolgirls. Accept your mistakes. Same with Cryptsy, Kraken or all other.

Its the fact that trust has been lost yet again. Why shouldn't we be able to keep coins in an exchange. I assume Day traders must have to.

Of course they do.  Exchanges are supposed to be safe.  Suggesting we should transfer funds in for each transaction at each moment is silly.  One it doesn't address the problem and two it isn't realistic for anyone that isn't just dumping their coins or buying at the current market price.
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March 12, 2014, 04:46:07 AM
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Hi Support Coinmarket.io!

yesterday, i withdraw 42999 USDe from coinmarket.io to my wallet. but, my wallet can not receive this coin.
can you check my accound, why this coin can not confirmed on my wallet:

my wallet show:
Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 3/10/2014 22:33
From: unknown
To: GWmMEZkE51MAYAnaZ89cbTdrRpfqeoAWcx (own address)
Credit: 42999.00 USDE
Net amount: +42999.00 USDE
Transaction ID: 71e4fa5b63e583842840dd1f627642af0893111e75e1e8328cb04469b26cb3f5

P/s: My Id: enzz0; email: dattq2@gmail.com

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March 12, 2014, 05:29:16 AM
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Coinmarket, patiently waiting for my withdrawal of 10897623.9975 KARM to KT486BctzFF6egh76oTCVhsvrEA5wwRLWK. Account: Overspeed. Thank you.
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March 12, 2014, 06:20:38 AM
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and another thief in crypto world

some info:

he is working for Fred. Olsen & Co.
Name: Kenneth Bjorke
from: Knapstad

so if he didnt give us a normal statement then i will find contact in Knapstad - probably lawyer or something... if someone here is from Norway then meaby you can help us ?

i lost only 1 btc but i just have enough of scammer and thiefs, and i know some ppl here lost much more

Kenneth should make some statements every day if he care but ... seems not Smiley


so we post here how much u lose (calculate it in btc)


Is this his details? give any infomation to me it's important we find him.
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March 12, 2014, 06:26:54 AM
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Keeping coins on exchanges is stupid and ppl can blame only themselves if they loose something. It is your own risk sending coins there. Don't snivel like 13yr old schoolgirls. Accept your mistakes. Same with Cryptsy, Kraken or all other.

Its the fact that trust has been lost yet again. Why shouldn't we be able to keep coins in an exchange. I assume Day traders must have to.

Of course they do.  Exchanges are supposed to be safe.  Suggesting we should transfer funds in for each transaction at each moment is silly.  One it doesn't address the problem and two it isn't realistic for anyone that isn't just dumping their coins or buying at the current market price.

I do not understand one things.. why people blame users for keep coins on exchange?... Why scam should be NORMAL exchange behaviour? I though exchanges are making for let people trade there, and take profit from fee not from thiefing. If People should await each minute that exchange can run with coins, nobody will use them at all...

Need to do something with this whole situation in crypto nowdays. Since like there are million pamp and dump  scam coins now, there are already bunch of pump and dump exchanges appear....

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March 12, 2014, 06:31:15 AM
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Keeping coins on exchanges is stupid and ppl can blame only themselves if they loose something. It is your own risk sending coins there. Don't snivel like 13yr old schoolgirls. Accept your mistakes. Same with Cryptsy, Kraken or all other.

Its the fact that trust has been lost yet again. Why shouldn't we be able to keep coins in an exchange. I assume Day traders must have to.

Of course they do.  Exchanges are supposed to be safe.  Suggesting we should transfer funds in for each transaction at each moment is silly.  One it doesn't address the problem and two it isn't realistic for anyone that isn't just dumping their coins or buying at the current market price.

I do not understand one things.. why people blame users for keep coins on exchange?... Why scam should be NORMAL exchange behaviour? I though exchanges are making for let people trade there, and take profit from fee not from thiefing. If People should await each minute that exchange can run with coins, nobody will use them at all...

Need to do something with this whole situation in crypto nowdays. Since like there are million pamp and dump  scam coins now, there are already bunch of pump and dump exchanges appear....



Agree.

Are you sure it's down for good? If so I've lost 2k KDC  Embarrassed

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March 12, 2014, 06:59:08 AM
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I lost 0.3 btc... well i accepted it already a week ago.. after i saw withdraw got stuck..
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March 12, 2014, 07:07:49 AM
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Still waiting for withdraw, Still no response to multiple PMs

CoinMarket.io is watching is thread very closely and they're hoping that the anger will just fade away in thin air.

People: Stay vigilant !!! If money is not returned, Let's put Scammers where they belong: Behind Prison Bars


Oslo Fengsel Prison




Has anyone contacted the police yet ? Let's organize a group action and provide a list of victims to a police detective in his area.

Someone posted these details in this thread before:

Contact Name : Kenneth Bjorke
Organization Name : Coinmarket
Street : Knapstadveien 6F
City : Knapstad
State : Ostfold
Postal Code : 1823
Country: NO

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...


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March 12, 2014, 07:36:33 AM
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Hello everyone. I am new to the BitcoinTalk forums (although I have been a long-time lurker). My brother lost coins on Coinmarket.io, so I made a website that notifies one when it comes back online:
http://bing-pong.com/coinmarket.php

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