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March 17, 2014, 12:15:17 PM
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It's not just the BTC that's the problem, I have 2M reddcoins which are stuck but confirmed (they used the wrong fork). Actual value is not that much, just sth less than 0.2 BTC, however, if I was one of the BTC owners that lost a significant amount I'd definitely call the authorities in Norway to take action against this Bjorke guy and the coinmarket.io guys even if he's not himself the guilty one, he's withholding information about the real owners, which is in eachself a crime. And to anyone that doesn't think there is a case, because BTC is not considered a currency but a commodity, IANAL but stealing commodities is also illegal pretty much everywhere. And the involved amount actually translates to real money directly so it's a very strong case that would really stand in courts. I'm really amazed at the people who have lost more and are still waiting from a reassurance by the devs and to get their btc back. Even if it's not a scam, even if it's not done on purpose, it's *your* BTC, you have *every* right to demand it back *now*. Not doing anything just makes whomever has all those BTC now think even safer. Who knows, eventually he'll try to cash on those BTCs and maybe even be in some tropical island having fun with your money.

I'd suggest to whomever lost the most to initiate an actual complaint to the police, preferably one in the same country. No, I'm not going to do it, because I lost too little and for me the expense would be completely outweighed by the amount of RDDs lost. If for some reason RDD goes 100x in the next week (and from 0.2 BTC, I'd lose 20 BTC) then yes, I'd probably do it, but not now.

My 2 cents.

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March 17, 2014, 12:20:52 PM
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Mtgox had BTC withdrawls that were "stuck" too.

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March 17, 2014, 12:34:12 PM
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I think a line in the sand needs to be drawn now.

A cut off date must be agreed by majority of the members on this board and then proceed with all action from there. Right now there is still a few people
holding onto hope and we can't move forward.

We should setup a poll declaring this exchange official scam by set date. I would recommend this friday , technically there is no reason at all bitcoins should not have been returned at least to half the members posting on here.

Once the poll is up send a tweet to coinmarket so there is no mistaking that they haven't missed the deadline. This limbo status is worse then actually knowing the truth.




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March 17, 2014, 12:47:58 PM
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Can you fix the rdd wallet so I can withdraw my RDD?
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March 17, 2014, 02:02:59 PM
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surely there are enough people that lost enough BTC to raise enough of a fuss over it, that authorities will get involved, and hopefully get to the bottom of this entire debacle


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March 17, 2014, 02:06:52 PM
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Not just BTC, DOGE too.
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March 17, 2014, 02:21:00 PM
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guys they now even disabled mails that was pointed in faq on site:

feature@coinmarket.io
bug@coinmarket.io

look like theyre turning off service in any time ;/ fuck this shit -

IS THERE SOMEONE FROM NORWAY ?

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 i guess what will be next - kenneth will tell us that they are shuting down hosting for coinmarket and thats all - coinmarket will dissapear from network

u ppl really think that u will receive your coins back? owner of coinmarket will probably run another exchange or even they just have it now - mintpal looks really familiar to coinmarket in technical aspect, and this other one market
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March 17, 2014, 02:33:59 PM
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I have been reading this since things went tits up and I will let you know what I personally think.

After doing a lot of tracking of the website and owner etc etc I will pretty much say that Mr Bjorke is the owner and developer of the site.

Now I do not believe the site was created to just wait until enough BTC were there and then steal them.  This is what I believe happened.

I believe he was using everyone else's deposits to make as much money as he could.  I believe he was using your BTC to do quick trades and then put your BTC back and pocketing the profit he made on his trades.

I think his trading skills sucked because I believe he started making major loses.  Loses to the point that he has had to suspend all withdrawals of BTC.

You have noticed via block chain that your BTC has moved.  Have you checked the wallets it has moved to?  To me it seems like Mr Bjorke has transferred what is left of your BTC to another exchange and is frantically trying to get back the losses he has made.

Just my 2 cents.
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March 17, 2014, 02:51:19 PM
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I have been reading this since things went tits up and I will let you know what I personally think.

After doing a lot of tracking of the website and owner etc etc I will pretty much say that Mr Bjorke is the owner and developer of the site.

Now I do not believe the site was created to just wait until enough BTC were there and then steal them.  This is what I believe happened.

I believe he was using everyone else's deposits to make as much money as he could.  I believe he was using your BTC to do quick trades and then put your BTC back and pocketing the profit he made on his trades.

I think his trading skills sucked because I believe he started making major loses.  Loses to the point that he has had to suspend all withdrawals of BTC.

You have noticed via block chain that your BTC has moved.  Have you checked the wallets it has moved to?  To me it seems like Mr Bjorke has transferred what is left of your BTC to another exchange and is frantically trying to get back the losses he has made.

Just my 2 cents.

This is what happens when young people think they can make easy money.  Either way the bitcoins are stolen. Kenneth exchange was getting popular, but too greedy , didn't want to wait for honest money.

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March 17, 2014, 03:02:29 PM
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It's not just the BTC that's the problem, I have 2M reddcoins which are stuck but confirmed (they used the wrong fork). Actual value is not that much, just sth less than 0.2 BTC, however, if I was one of the BTC owners that lost a significant amount I'd definitely call the authorities in Norway to take action against this Bjorke guy and the coinmarket.io guys even if he's not himself the guilty one, he's withholding information about the real owners, which is in eachself a crime. And to anyone that doesn't think there is a case, because BTC is not considered a currency but a commodity, IANAL but stealing commodities is also illegal pretty much everywhere. And the involved amount actually translates to real money directly so it's a very strong case that would really stand in courts. I'm really amazed at the people who have lost more and are still waiting from a reassurance by the devs and to get their btc back. Even if it's not a scam, even if it's not done on purpose, it's *your* BTC, you have *every* right to demand it back *now*. Not doing anything just makes whomever has all those BTC now think even safer. Who knows, eventually he'll try to cash on those BTCs and maybe even be in some tropical island having fun with your money.

I'd suggest to whomever lost the most to initiate an actual complaint to the police, preferably one in the same country. No, I'm not going to do it, because I lost too little and for me the expense would be completely outweighed by the amount of RDDs lost. If for some reason RDD goes 100x in the next week (and from 0.2 BTC, I'd lose 20 BTC) then yes, I'd probably do it, but not now.

My 2 cents.

Looks like everyone here is just talking. Coinmarket.io will run away with our BTC. At least that's what I would do if I am them.

I am not living in Norway so.......

Well done Coinmarket.io you got me!

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March 17, 2014, 03:30:28 PM
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You have noticed via block chain that your BTC has moved.  Have you checked the wallets it has moved to?  To me it seems like Mr Bjorke has transferred what is left of your BTC to another exchange and is frantically trying to get back the losses he has made.

Just my 2 cents.

I had the same idea trying to think of possible options, why this situation is so messed up and takes so long.

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March 17, 2014, 03:33:34 PM
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It's really sad to see what happens here for virtual currencies in general.

Norwegians are lovely people and it's strange that someone from Norway would do this intentionally , he would be a disgrace to his fellow countrymen, but evil does lurk in every corner and every industry and best thing people can do is move on, leave it with police and move on with your lives because this kind of thing can bring you plenty negativity.

I think this is why over the years regulation and banking gets more stricter because humans always trying to step on other people to benefit themselves. Virtual currencies started off as amazing idea
in a world where everyone involved is a honest person, but unfortunately it has a attracted the vultures in society and people need to be very careful now.
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March 17, 2014, 03:34:57 PM
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Who is near Norway and can go there?



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March 17, 2014, 03:53:33 PM
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Good news they are written in https://twitter.com/CoinMarketio

CoinMarket.io ‏@CoinMarketio 9h
Attempting to run the withdrawal script in a few hours.


Back our trust and we will continue to work together  Wink

Just another delay tactic maybe?

I felt a glimmer of hope when the owner replied on this thread. However I'm beginning to lose that hope all over again.
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March 17, 2014, 04:07:11 PM
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if only i will be from norway then i could tray do somehing ;/

for me its clear that Kenneth is owner of this site, and this is only one person that we know and he is real - look ad linkedin - kenneth has a lot of certifications cisco, etc. Meaby something go wrong but for now he is just buying time

if we didnt receive ours btc back - there meaby in norawy is some ppl that will take it from him in "difrent way"

im ready to pay even 50% of my lost from coinmarket - just its too much thiefs in crypto and we need to punish them
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March 17, 2014, 04:18:15 PM
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It's really sad to see what happens here for virtual currencies in general.

Norwegians are lovely people and it's strange that someone from Norway would do this intentionally , he would be a disgrace to his fellow countrymen, but evil does lurk in every corner and every industry and best thing people can do is move on, leave it with police and move on with your lives because this kind of thing can bring you plenty negativity.

I think this is why over the years regulation and banking gets more stricter because humans always trying to step on other people to benefit themselves. Virtual currencies started off as amazing idea
in a world where everyone involved is a honest person, but unfortunately it has a attracted the vultures in society and people need to be very careful now.
Scum people are everywhere it's not a surprise that they do(n't) come from Norway, you make it sound as if it's a shock they come from there.
What would make Norwegians more lovely than others?
There is more scum from Norway, forgot Breivik?

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March 17, 2014, 04:53:55 PM
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Attempting to run the withdrawal script in a few hours.


I hope this come true
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March 17, 2014, 05:03:12 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

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 he know some more information which 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 "

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March 17, 2014, 05:10:11 PM
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Coinmarket = Kenneth Bjorke

Kenneth Bjorke = coinmarket.

The fact that he has not given the details of exactly who is behind coinmarket even though he says he an his family are worried, is complete bullshit.  Who here would continue to hide the details from hundreds of angry people if their family were frightened?

Answer.... Nobody.  Everyone would give up the details of the actual thief in about two seconds if our families were threatened.

Kenneth won't give up these details because its bullshit imho.  All this logs of chats with a mysterious person about the hosting etc is complete bullshit to try and hide the fact it is him behind it.

If anyone wishes to report this to the police in Norway, they need to provide Kenneth Bjorke as the name.  Then they wil either discover it is him, or he will have to give up the name.   But for now until Kenneth proves otherwise, he is the one behind this and he is shiting himself and trying to divert everyone away from himself by making up garbage.

Kenneth Bjorke = coinmarket.   This is the person that needs to be reported to the police.

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Oslo police contact details:
Tel: +4722669050
Email: post.oslo@politiet.no
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