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March 15, 2014, 11:29:26 AM
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Well CoinMarket.io,

You know how many people are waiting for their money, please inform us at least once a day.

Inform us about what's done and what has to be done.

No I don't need anymore lies and empty promise. BTC back immediately.

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March 15, 2014, 11:45:36 AM
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I have some bad news, some more bad news but a way forward.

My father is a officer in the Rikskriminalpolisen (Swedish national bureau of investigation) , this is bad news because he can't help out directly, he took time out of his busy schedule to read this and I had to explain the situation , he said he is 99% sure this has been setup as a scam.

It's a pity as we could of got a case number done and then insisted the host of the website release his details.

What the community needs to do.

1. Someone needs to get case number from Norwegan Police so Kenneth Bjorke is forced to release the details of coinmarket.io owners and the IP address details for the account.

2. Depending on the country of the accused you will need to open a case in that country
  a. Whoever does this part needs to get as much info from everyone who's BTC has been stolen, the more money involved the higher priority the case will have.
  b. The case number will also be needed to freeze this persons bank accounts while the investigation continues, also the banks will require a case number and the police
      will need to be the ones to do it.

3. I suggest raising a small fee amount in a escrow for the person who is going to be doing the work. This won't be a easy task as not many people are familiar with Cryptos, if the person
    happens to live in Sweden we will sort this out very fast.

If you have anymore questions you can email me at svenlarson101@gmail.com
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March 15, 2014, 01:01:15 PM
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I have some bad news, some more bad news but a way forward.

My father is a officer in the Rikskriminalpolisen (Swedish national bureau of investigation) , this is bad news because he can't help out directly, he took time out of his busy schedule to read this and I had to explain the situation , he said he is 99% sure this has been setup as a scam.

It's a pity as we could of got a case number done and then insisted the host of the website release his details.

What the community needs to do.

1. Someone needs to get case number from Norwegan Police so Kenneth Bjorke is forced to release the details of coinmarket.io owners and the IP address details for the account.

2. Depending on the country of the accused you will need to open a case in that country
  a. Whoever does this part needs to get as much info from everyone who's BTC has been stolen, the more money involved the higher priority the case will have.
  b. The case number will also be needed to freeze this persons bank accounts while the investigation continues, also the banks will require a case number and the police
      will need to be the ones to do it.

3. I suggest raising a small fee amount in a escrow for the person who is going to be doing the work. This won't be a easy task as not many people are familiar with Cryptos, if the person
    happens to live in Sweden we will sort this out very fast.

If you have anymore questions you can email me at svenlarson101@gmail.com

We need to start a Campaign to catch to the real owner of Coinmarket.io

So i do the first step and rise 1 BTC

WANTED

Reward to catch the real owner of Coinmarket.io " 1 BTC "

I have no problem chipping in. Please someone lead this investigation.

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March 15, 2014, 01:23:58 PM
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he was active today:

Today at 12:35:24 AM

and didnt even report here what happen LOL
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March 15, 2014, 01:25:45 PM
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CoinMarket.io status update

1. What happened?


We got exploited. Somewhat. The majority of coins were saved by cold storage and a quick reaction.
A couple of users abused a bug in the trading engine allowing them to create coins (increase balance) out of nothing.
Do you remember the day when KARM/BTC 24h volume was 400+ out of the blue? That volume came from those malicious users trading.
When we noticed the problem, we stopped all trading to investigate the situation.
Unfortunately, we failed to find the bug fast enough to resume normal operation and cover the losses from fees.
The new trading engine (rewritten) still suffers from this unknown-to-us issue, this is why we have not resumed any trading.
Meanwhile, we allowed all withdrawals to happen - because it was the right thing to do.
Because of high withdrawal volumes, the wallets ran out of normal unspent inputs and started to combine too many small inputs for withdrawals.
There is a limit of inputs/outputs in a cryptocurrency transaction.
If the wallet software (the official stuff that everybody uses) chooses or attepts to choose too many inputs,
the transaction will fail with "Transaction too large" or "Transaction creation failed" error.
It has nothing to do with insufficent balance. This problem was caused by miners who mined directly to the deposit address, creating tens of thousands of small inputs.
The default algo for choosing transaction inputs (coin selection) is not designed for exchanges. We need to create some code that does some raw transaction magic.
Also, some coins have landed on an invalid fork - because we were too busy with other issues. We will update all coindaemons tonight.
Everything has taken too much time because multiple problems hit us at the same time and debugging the situation was not so simple.

2. What is the solution? What are you doing now?

We have manually processed some withdrawals, but that process is too slow.
An automatic script will be running tomorrow - it will hopefully process the stuck withdrawals.
If your withdrawal status changes to "manual", it means that we manually processed it.
If your withdrawal status changes to "fixed", it means that the automatic routine processed it.
We will publish statistics when avalible - after the script runs.

Please stop any accusations and threats against Kenneth Bjørke - he is just hosting the web servers.
The hosting of coinmarket.io by Kenneth will be terminated when the dust settles and all possible withdrawals are processed.

We will be posting lists of withdrawals that got fixed.
We are deeply sorry for the inconvenience this may have caused to you.
More detailed information coming after the automatic process runs.
quoting people to see

Why the AUTOMATED SCRIPT is Bullshit in the case of bitcoins!

https://blockchain.info/  <-- Put your live coinmarket.io bitcoin wallet address in there, 90% of you will find your bitcoins have been moved around from wallet to wallet. The bitcoins have been stolen by the exchange, no question about it, we got fucked so hard here.
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March 15, 2014, 01:26:07 PM
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Hi. Please check my account nick: masterofbitcoin. I send 0.0331328btc to my wallet but dont get coins. In withdraw histrory transaction is confirmed but i dont see id.
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March 15, 2014, 01:29:51 PM
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CoinMarket.io status update

1. What happened?


We got exploited. Somewhat. The majority of coins were saved by cold storage and a quick reaction.
A couple of users abused a bug in the trading engine allowing them to create coins (increase balance) out of nothing.
Do you remember the day when KARM/BTC 24h volume was 400+ out of the blue? That volume came from those malicious users trading.
When we noticed the problem, we stopped all trading to investigate the situation.
Unfortunately, we failed to find the bug fast enough to resume normal operation and cover the losses from fees.
The new trading engine (rewritten) still suffers from this unknown-to-us issue, this is why we have not resumed any trading.
Meanwhile, we allowed all withdrawals to happen - because it was the right thing to do.
Because of high withdrawal volumes, the wallets ran out of normal unspent inputs and started to combine too many small inputs for withdrawals.
There is a limit of inputs/outputs in a cryptocurrency transaction.
If the wallet software (the official stuff that everybody uses) chooses or attepts to choose too many inputs,
the transaction will fail with "Transaction too large" or "Transaction creation failed" error.
It has nothing to do with insufficent balance. This problem was caused by miners who mined directly to the deposit address, creating tens of thousands of small inputs.
The default algo for choosing transaction inputs (coin selection) is not designed for exchanges. We need to create some code that does some raw transaction magic.
Also, some coins have landed on an invalid fork - because we were too busy with other issues. We will update all coindaemons tonight.
Everything has taken too much time because multiple problems hit us at the same time and debugging the situation was not so simple.

2. What is the solution? What are you doing now?

We have manually processed some withdrawals, but that process is too slow.
An automatic script will be running tomorrow - it will hopefully process the stuck withdrawals.
If your withdrawal status changes to "manual", it means that we manually processed it.
If your withdrawal status changes to "fixed", it means that the automatic routine processed it.
We will publish statistics when avalible - after the script runs.

Please stop any accusations and threats against Kenneth Bjørke - he is just hosting the web servers.
The hosting of coinmarket.io by Kenneth will be terminated when the dust settles and all possible withdrawals are processed.

We will be posting lists of withdrawals that got fixed.
We are deeply sorry for the inconvenience this may have caused to you.
More detailed information coming after the automatic process runs.
quoting people to see

Why the AUTOMATED SCRIPT is Bullshit in the case of bitcoins!

https://blockchain.info/  <-- Put your live coinmarket.io bitcoin wallet address in there, 90% of you will find your bitcoins have been moved around from wallet to wallet. The bitcoins have been stolen by the exchange, no question about it, we got fucked so hard here.

Oh no Sad , this is not good... I had a glimmer of hope my btc would be returned but yeah these guys have played us. Terrible scum!

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March 15, 2014, 01:45:26 PM
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ye but he stole my bitcoins after they disabled market - that hard to give it back if its not your? lol what a fucking scamcryptoworld

if there is no regulation about exchanges/bitcoins then why there should be regulation about how to take our fund back?

meaby we should just hire someone who will sort it out ? now Kenneth is our target - and i think he is behind this exchange, now he is just covering tracks

anyone know which hosting company is hosting coinmarket ?

because if kenneth is hosting this shit then he should have hosting comapny right?
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March 15, 2014, 02:19:29 PM
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Im waiting 2 week for confirmation my depist for BTC. Please for help!    idahosk

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March 15, 2014, 02:22:32 PM
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I just want my redd. Lost no btc because I don't store btc on ANY exchange Smiley
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March 15, 2014, 02:31:50 PM
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If this guy is from Estonia then he will be able to retire with the btc he just stole. its almost as bad as a Nigerian running a exchange. We definitely need regulation now.
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March 15, 2014, 02:45:24 PM
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Anyone with BTC 'stuck', simply lookup your coinmarket wallet BTC deposit address on blockchain.

You will find your coins have moved around a LOT, much more than an offline wallet manoeuvre could justify.


BTC welcome: 1Dz5psYmhWiJDMg56x58kZ3eU2bPpDDY9K
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March 15, 2014, 02:58:04 PM
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OK, this is not looking good....

Been following coinmarket BTC deposits through  multiple transactions, eventually coming across these two final unspent destinations:

43,222 BTC: https://blockchain.info/address/14e7XAZbepQp9MXXzjNG3fNLoAUpaBAXHW

43,250 BTC: https://blockchain.info/address/1PnMfRF2enSZnR6JSexxBHuQnxG8Vo5FVK

I don't think coinmarket could have possibly have controlled around 100k BTC.

Could these addresses be on another exchange now?
Did someone gamble deposits away?
Did coinmarket get hacked, with the bitcoin ending up in some giant piles of stolen coin?

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March 15, 2014, 02:58:10 PM
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but if Kenneth is covering him when they want disapear - then Kenneth is that same guilty
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March 15, 2014, 03:14:36 PM
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I have some bad news, some more bad news but a way forward.

My father is a officer in the Rikskriminalpolisen (Swedish national bureau of investigation) , this is bad news because he can't help out directly, he took time out of his busy schedule to read this and I had to explain the situation , he said he is 99% sure this has been setup as a scam.

It's a pity as we could of got a case number done and then insisted the host of the website release his details.

What the community needs to do.

1. Someone needs to get case number from Norwegan Police so Kenneth Bjorke is forced to release the details of coinmarket.io owners and the IP address details for the account.

2. Depending on the country of the accused you will need to open a case in that country
  a. Whoever does this part needs to get as much info from everyone who's BTC has been stolen, the more money involved the higher priority the case will have.
  b. The case number will also be needed to freeze this persons bank accounts while the investigation continues, also the banks will require a case number and the police
      will need to be the ones to do it.

3. I suggest raising a small fee amount in a escrow for the person who is going to be doing the work. This won't be a easy task as not many people are familiar with Cryptos, if the person
happens to live in Sweden we will sort this out very fast.

If you have anymore questions you can email me at svenlarson101@gmail.com

We need to start a Campaign to catch to the real owner of Coinmarket.io

So i do the first step and rise 1 BTC

If you lost bitcoins at coinmarket.io Send me a image of your Bitcoins in the Withdraw window at coinmarket.io
and tell me how much of that you want to rise.

Don't to make any fake images if we notice this, will put your name and account to the whole investigation.

What we know so far.

Kenneth Bjorke is the hoster of their Website and know some more information wich could help us.

Nickname "Inception" last time online in their IRC channel " Inception!~Inception@82.131.118.155.cable.starman.ee on Wed Jan 22 14:43:55 2014" IP is ending at the destination in Estonia " http://en.utrace.de/ip-address/82.131.118.155 "






5 BTC stolen. Glad you are leading.


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March 15, 2014, 03:15:21 PM
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Guys i can confirm last week i got my btc (0.4 btc) back when it was online for a couple of minutes (instant withdrawal)

Also Coin Deamon is updated for KDC wallet, i got all my KDC out. (worth 2 btc)

I really dont think it is a scam...

but i fly every 3 days to Oslo and the address that was posted here is like an hour away from the airport... so maybe i will take you on for that btc reward if it is enough to go and get some answers

But once again i dont think its a scam.
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March 15, 2014, 03:17:00 PM
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i found this address tracking back from my last succefull withdrawal:

https://blockchain.info/address/1HC3dc4DubRat1P39YBBkwVRbph3ijbtPQ?offset=0&filter=0
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March 15, 2014, 03:28:09 PM
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Mid last year, Kenneth was active on forum.yacoin.org as a miner, but deleted his profile and posts.

Fortunately Google cache provides:

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Messages - kbjoerke

Pages: [1]
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Archive / Re: Have all the p2pools died?

« on: June 17, 2013, 10:12:46 PM »
Pools keep dying on me, anyone know how to setup failover between pools using minerd?


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Archive / Re: [ANN][POOL][YAC]a yacoin pool

« on: June 17, 2013, 08:34:10 PM »
Quote from: shroomz on June 09, 2013, 07:31:38 PM
Come add to the YAC p2pool by hashing at my node for free!
      84.200.240.198:8336 -u YOURYACOINADDRESS  Cool

Im in Smiley
Running approx 250kH right now, but hope to add another 100 by today  Smiley

Thanks!


So assuming it's the same guy (I mean, come on), he's not just a web hoster.

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March 15, 2014, 03:42:32 PM
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Mid last year, Kenneth was active on forum.yacoin.org as a miner, but deleted his profile and posts.

Fortunately Google cache provides:

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Messages - kbjoerke

Pages: [1]
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Archive / Re: Have all the p2pools died?

« on: June 17, 2013, 10:12:46 PM »
Pools keep dying on me, anyone know how to setup failover between pools using minerd?


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Archive / Re: [ANN][POOL][YAC]a yacoin pool

« on: June 17, 2013, 08:34:10 PM »
Quote from: shroomz on June 09, 2013, 07:31:38 PM
Come add to the YAC p2pool by hashing at my node for free!
      84.200.240.198:8336 -u YOURYACOINADDRESS  Cool

Im in Smiley
Running approx 250kH right now, but hope to add another 100 by today  Smiley

Thanks!


So assuming it's the same guy (I mean, come on), he's not just a web hoster.

Yes, this guy is involved no doubt, this was a quick way for him to make money and is taking kick back. I have been saying all along the bitcoins have been stolen looking at how they have been transferred from the live coinmarket wallets.


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March 15, 2014, 03:45:17 PM
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I have 0.7 BTC, right now I just tried removing 0.1BTC when I confirm email appears this:

There was a problem with this withdrawal because the coindaemon is offline. All cases like this will be processed manually, please be patient.


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