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March 12, 2014, 10:00:31 PM
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just three questions:

1. who is about to forgive ?

2. who is about to do something ?

3. what can we do (step-by-step) ?


Option 1 is off the cards, he/they already opened up a new scam exchange... option 1 is only on the cards if the person/s admits to it and wants to try make things right.

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Wow, I can't believe he has already started a new exchange while all these people are screwed for their coins. This guy has now proven he is a total scumbag.
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March 12, 2014, 10:11:52 PM
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Close the site down, fix the errors and get back on track is what should have been done.

This is clearly an inside job.

Domain : coinmarket.io
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NS 1   : emma.ns.cloudflare.com
NS 2   : kip.ns.cloudflare.com

Owner  : Anette Enger
Owner  : Coinmarket
Owner  : PO Box 1159 Sentrum
Owner  : Oslo
Owner  : NO

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March 12, 2014, 10:16:05 PM
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Get my 130,000 USDE back. No questions asked.

People who 'scammed' on crypto as if it is monopoly money are digging their own graves with great enthusiasm. With increasing legal and public attention to this business, it's only a matter of time before people who 'casually' steal or cheat people online are going to discover that it's very VERY naive if they think they are anonymous.

Remember the original Fontas got tracked, caught, and is now in prison. In singapore. People who put him in jail weren't from singapore.

I will also be willing to escrow any amount of BTC people are offering to those willing to get this con.

Let me know, and we can work something out.
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March 12, 2014, 10:18:15 PM
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how comes you think cryptoEX is the same guy?

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March 12, 2014, 10:20:00 PM
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just three questions:

1. who is about to forgive ?

2. who is about to do something ?

3. what can we do (step-by-step) ?


Guess I missed something, so it's official, they ran away with our coins?

I've got around 0.5 BTC worth on coins there, willing to give them to whoever takes the scammer out... If everyone pays a little we could get a nice sum to get somebody to clean this mess up, accidents can so easily happen, maybe one should happen to this scammer?






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March 12, 2014, 10:25:47 PM
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Close the site down, fix the errors and get back on track is what should have been done.

This is clearly an inside job.

Domain : coinmarket.io
Status : Live
Expiry : 2015-01-09

NS 1   : emma.ns.cloudflare.com
NS 2   : kip.ns.cloudflare.com

Owner  : Anette Enger
Owner  : Coinmarket
Owner  : PO Box 1159 Sentrum
Owner  : Oslo
Owner  : NO

IP Address:108.162.207.163



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March 12, 2014, 10:30:56 PM
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how comes you think cryptoEX is the same guy?

I'm interested about this too. Exchanges looks quite similar, thou.
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March 12, 2014, 10:32:06 PM
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The new address (PO Box 1159 Sentrum) links to Fred Olsens which is the place where Kenneth Bjorke works.

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March 12, 2014, 11:30:30 PM
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To all the Noblecoin owners (from the noblecoin thread):
Regarding CoinMarket

This is only if they go down for good and our community loses NOBL. I have personally emailed and PM'd them asking at least for a list of accounts and addresses of people who still have NOBL on their exchange.

Myself and the ambassadors are tentatively planning something to allow at least a fairly solid recovery of lost NOBL. It is inspired by and similar to the Poloniex system when they got hacked (thanks Polo).

What we will need is a list of addresses paid to and from CoinMarket and amounts of NOBL still locked up on the exchange (Please PM these). We'll be looking at CoinMarket wallet addresses and the amounts and see as best where we can which left the exchange and never got recovered. This may take some time (we will get PM'd a number of phoney amounts and we have to make sure we aren't getting scammed) - a new block explorer or two at this point would be ideal and we're trying to get on more today.

At set intervals we will payout the community an even % of lost coin until the entire amount has been repaid over a couple of weeks. Edit: To keep it simple we will *probably* do it in NOBL. We want to do this in a way that rallies the community, covers the losses, does it at a relatively fast time but does not affect the exchange rate of NOBL too strongly.

This is something that is in the works and will happen - we just want some feedback, information and ideas to make sure we do it right and in a way that supports everyone and keeps it fair.

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March 13, 2014, 12:08:23 AM
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To all the Noblecoin owners (from the noblecoin thread):
Regarding CoinMarket

This is only if they go down for good and our community loses NOBL. I have personally emailed and PM'd them asking at least for a list of accounts and addresses of people who still have NOBL on their exchange.

Myself and the ambassadors are tentatively planning something to allow at least a fairly solid recovery of lost NOBL. It is inspired by and similar to the Poloniex system when they got hacked (thanks Polo).

What we will need is a list of addresses paid to and from CoinMarket and amounts of NOBL still locked up on the exchange (Please PM these). We'll be looking at CoinMarket wallet addresses and the amounts and see as best where we can which left the exchange and never got recovered. This may take some time (we will get PM'd a number of phoney amounts and we have to make sure we aren't getting scammed) - a new block explorer or two at this point would be ideal and we're trying to get on more today.

At set intervals we will payout the community an even % of lost coin until the entire amount has been repaid over a couple of weeks. Edit: To keep it simple we will *probably* do it in NOBL. We want to do this in a way that rallies the community, covers the losses, does it at a relatively fast time but does not affect the exchange rate of NOBL too strongly.

This is something that is in the works and will happen - we just want some feedback, information and ideas to make sure we do it right and in a way that supports everyone and keeps it fair.

Solid rofo/
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March 13, 2014, 12:21:18 AM
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Idiots (like you) got what they deserved ;-).  It's funny to watch 20 pages of people who shouldn't be using computer at all threaten to kill the guy :-).  CoinMarket.io did a nice job in proving how stupid you are.  Good luck and long live, whoever created this exchange!
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March 13, 2014, 12:56:22 AM
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Idiots (like you) got what they deserved ;-).  It's funny to watch 20 pages of people who shouldn't be using computer at all threaten to kill the guy :-).  CoinMarket.io did a nice job in proving how stupid you are.  Good luck and long live, whoever created this exchange!

So how much did you get out of the scam?
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March 13, 2014, 01:12:13 AM
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I got my btc last week out and I still can login sometimes I have there allot of KDC stuck and can't get it out because the coin has been forked. So even if I try to get it out it is stuck (tested it with 100 KDC)

I don't think the coins are gone but they really suck at communication and they need to get help because they clearly have real troubles that they don't know how to fix. Also wondering why the host is sometimes down and sometimes not. It's really really strange and bad. So I don't call them scammers yet but this really sucks.

And why no communication about what's really happening is kind of a wonder for me... Are they afraid of people ?  Really Really bad. Everbody knows we are on a testing exchange but come on you can still communicate.
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March 13, 2014, 01:22:17 AM
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I got my btc last week out and I still can login sometimes I have there allot of KDC stuck and can't get it out because the coin has been forked. So even if I try to get it out it is stuck (tested it with 100 KDC)

I don't think the coins are gone but they really suck at communication and they need to get help because they clearly have real troubles that they don't know how to fix. Also wondering why the host is sometimes down and sometimes not. It's really really strange and bad. So I don't call them scammers yet but this really sucks.

And why no communication about what's really happening is kind of a wonder for me... Are they afraid of people ?  Really Really bad. Everbody knows we are on a testing exchange but come on you can still communicate.

Got the same here with reddcoin. Also pending when there was a fork. Test with 10 redd worked fine.
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March 13, 2014, 01:23:26 AM
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I got my btc last week out and I still can login sometimes I have there allot of KDC stuck and can't get it out because the coin has been forked. So even if I try to get it out it is stuck (tested it with 100 KDC)

I don't think the coins are gone but they really suck at communication and they need to get help because they clearly have real troubles that they don't know how to fix. Also wondering why the host is sometimes down and sometimes not. It's really really strange and bad. So I don't call them scammers yet but this really sucks.

And why no communication about what's really happening is kind of a wonder for me... Are they afraid of people ?  Really Really bad. Everbody knows we are on a testing exchange but come on you can still communicate.

If you follow the btc block explorer from previous posts you can clearly see it's a scam.

How did you get your btc out? Did you deposit and withdraw straight away?

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March 13, 2014, 01:27:08 AM
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I got my btc last week out and I still can login sometimes I have there allot of KDC stuck and can't get it out because the coin has been forked. So even if I try to get it out it is stuck (tested it with 100 KDC)

I don't think the coins are gone but they really suck at communication and they need to get help because they clearly have real troubles that they don't know how to fix. Also wondering why the host is sometimes down and sometimes not. It's really really strange and bad. So I don't call them scammers yet but this really sucks.

And why no communication about what's really happening is kind of a wonder for me... Are they afraid of people ?  Really Really bad. Everbody knows we are on a testing exchange but come on you can still communicate.

AFAIK it never came back online this week. Their last tweet was on 09 March.
Everything about this reeks of a scam but of course I hope my instincts are wrong on this.
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March 13, 2014, 01:27:16 AM
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I'd suggest that this thread be moved to the Marketplace (Altcoins) forum. It would make more sense and the thread would draw more attention there, because the Announcements (Altcoins) forum is focused on coins, not services. The OP could do it without a moderator's help by clicking on the "Move topic" link at the bottom left of the page.

I only used CoinMarket.io once or twice, then stopped using them because the site kept going offline every other day. I think it's extremely important to find the motherfuckers behind this exchange and punish them (in any way possible). That would help make other scammer wannabes out there think twice before messing with the crypto community.

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March 13, 2014, 01:31:42 AM
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I'd suggest that this thread be moved to the Marketplace (Altcoins) forum. It would make more sense and the thread would draw more attention there, because the Announcements (Altcoins) forum is focused on coins, not services. The OP could do it without a moderator's help by clicking on the "Move topic" link at the bottom left of the page.

I only used CoinMarket.io once or twice, then stopped using them because the site kept going offline every other day. I think it's extremely important to find the motherfuckers behind this exchange and punish them (in any way possible). That would help make other scammer wannabes out there think twice before messing with the crypto community.

You DO realize that OP = coinmarket.io owner = possible scammer right?
He hasn't came online since 09 March.
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March 13, 2014, 02:28:39 AM
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I'd suggest that this thread be moved to the Marketplace (Altcoins) forum. It would make more sense and the thread would draw more attention there, because the Announcements (Altcoins) forum is focused on coins, not services. The OP could do it without a moderator's help by clicking on the "Move topic" link at the bottom left of the page.

I only used CoinMarket.io once or twice, then stopped using them because the site kept going offline every other day. I think it's extremely important to find the motherfuckers behind this exchange and punish them (in any way possible). That would help make other scammer wannabes out there think twice before messing with the crypto community.

You DO realize that OP = coinmarket.io owner = possible scammer right?
He hasn't came online since 09 March.

Damn! I started reading from the end of the thread, never even looked at the first post!  Angry

We should start another topic then as soon as possible because this one is self moderated and he can delete all posts here and lock the thread.

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March 13, 2014, 02:59:17 AM
 #2760

I'd suggest that this thread be moved to the Marketplace (Altcoins) forum. It would make more sense and the thread would draw more attention there, because the Announcements (Altcoins) forum is focused on coins, not services. The OP could do it without a moderator's help by clicking on the "Move topic" link at the bottom left of the page.

I only used CoinMarket.io once or twice, then stopped using them because the site kept going offline every other day. I think it's extremely important to find the motherfuckers behind this exchange and punish them (in any way possible). That would help make other scammer wannabes out there think twice before messing with the crypto community.

You DO realize that OP = coinmarket.io owner = possible scammer right?
He hasn't came online since 09 March.

Damn! I started reading from the end of the thread, never even looked at the first post!  Angry

We should start another thread then as soon as possible because this one is self moderated and he can delete all posts here.

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