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March 17, 2014, 03:15:14 AM
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I find it a bit ironic that my password for CM was "dontstealmymoney"...

They must be laughing their ass off. Who would put money in a website who's name start with CON.
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March 17, 2014, 03:23:11 AM
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Please tell me some reason, i can't read back so many many post.

CoinMarket.io Admin, Let's give me reason

You answered your own question in the other post.
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March 17, 2014, 03:31:44 AM
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i can't receive  Confirm link.please send a new link. thanks.my account is  yuan6398,my e-mail
is  yuan6398@sina.com.
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March 17, 2014, 03:42:15 AM
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Вid not come coins

Timestamp   Amount   Coin   Requester IP   Status
Mon Mar 10 2014 16:35:25    0.61469344   BTC   *******   confirmed

Transaction id: 2c866cf889bedb2158911994102c3aff7c4a982d473fc4e19b0f959125879cf4
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March 17, 2014, 03:49:57 AM
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BTW how is the police side of things coming along. We really need to push hard in this area to get some results.
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March 17, 2014, 06:15:02 AM
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Hi

I made a withdraw on 10th of march 2014 and it didnt come to my wallet. What the hell is that?
I please someone competent to check it....

Transaction id: 191d47b2de573b729a19f65e9994ff876702554e0ecdba96d51e7c5da30da3b7

The request was made from 108.162.254.199

Thanks..
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March 17, 2014, 07:09:40 AM
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Alt coin worked (in this case) the test was LEAF

http://explorer.leafco.in/tx/0929911d5ac6cbf3fffc09b7165856a1aaa26b756a011e4fa966c3eee9fb45d5#o0
http://i.imgur.com/IWSD0RQ.png

No idea if other currencies would work, but something did. I transferred that to coinmarket earlier today and back again to cryptsy.

lol you can mine this amount of leafcoins in one day with your pocket calculator.



Well I'm unlikely to test it with anything of actual worth am I Wink But essentially the mechanism of deposit and withdrawal worked for this altcoin.
I did notice one couldn't buy or sell (Markets Paused).

FTC: 6oBqJmAj85M4ZAGY54Nd6iwa3AczrfNkck
LTC: LVpJhtHngaQ9TpctNqcMGpr6GKwb4r8zb6
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March 17, 2014, 07:32:05 AM
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login: fiercemix

I am missing DGB WITHDRAWAL:

Fri Mar 07 2014 06:02:04     22866.37644528    DGB    173.245.53.99    confirmed
Transaction id: 0ee356a34f642c4d22f3714d555b90803ae29cea811aa7ce105fc15155cf5255
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March 17, 2014, 08:38:35 AM
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Since I am team lead for security at a multinational firm this case did intrigue me to say the least. I will be writing up  a PM to stealth in what I feel needs to be done. Luckily I didn't have any coins on this exchange but all I am going to say is the guys behind this are intelligent individuals and this whole event has been well orchestrated, if they wanted to give your btc back you would of had it by now.

The main key for this person/s was to keep a low profile, 20 times more btc in value is at stake compared to the poloniex hack yet not one mainstream article about it. Smiley

Doge removed from the exchange as popularity skyrocketed... imagine the dogecoin community rallying up against this exchange.

This is the perfect scam, high reward, low exposure outside of this ANN and it's exactly how this scam was intended.

The key thing here is make the rest of the crypto community pay for the sins of this exchange owner, this isn't some trivial amount we talking about and this needs to be exposed to the mainstream, I believe it will have a negative impact on the price of bitcoin, just no one outside of bitcoin talk forums knows about it.

Now is the right time to take this mainstream esp with GOX in the spotlight, another story will force needed change with exchanges... damage the price of bitcoin and you will
also dmg the bottom line of the underground world , then it won't just be you guys after them.

Think about what I have said, each coin listed on this exchange was high potential / low exposure coins which would generate good income for the exchange while the exchange itself would
go unnoticed.

To the exchange owner, much respect and well planed but I do hope you get caught for all our sakes!

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March 17, 2014, 08:46:52 AM
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Since I am team lead for security at a multinational firm this case did intrigue me to say the least. I will be writing up  a PM to stealth in what I feel needs to be done. Luckily I didn't have any coins on this exchange but all I am going to say is the guys behind this are intelligent individuals and this whole event has been well orchestrated, if they wanted to give your btc back you would of had it by now.

The main key for this person/s was to keep a low profile, 20 times more btc in value is at stake compared to the poloniex hack yet not one mainstream article about it. Smiley

Doge removed from the exchange as popularity skyrocketed... imagine the dogecoin community rallying up against this exchange.

This is the perfect scam, high reward, low exposure outside of this ANN and it's exactly how this scam was intended.

The key thing here is make the rest of the crypto community pay for the sins of this exchange owner, this isn't some trivial amount we talking about and this needs to be exposed to the mainstream, I believe it will have a negative impact on the price of bitcoin, just no one outside of bitcoin talk forums knows about it.

Now is the right time to take this mainstream esp with GOX in the spotlight, another story will force needed change with exchanges... damage the price of bitcoin and you will
also dmg the bottom line of the underground world , then it won't just be you guys after them.

Think about what I have said, each coin listed on this exchange was high potential / low exposure coins which would generate good income for the exchange while the exchange itself would
go unnoticed.

To the exchange owner, much respect and well planed but I do hope you get caught for all our sakes!

You are a damn genius, this all makes perfect sense now. Look at how much press Poloniex got, yet nothing mention about coinmarket and 30 times more stolen if you include alt prices. Sad

https://www.google.co.za/#q=Poloniex

https://www.google.co.za/#q=Coinmarket

Does anyone have contacts with the major publications like business insider, coinbase, etc etc?  Need to get this in the open fast!!!!!




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March 17, 2014, 08:56:55 AM
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Since I am team lead for security at a multinational firm this case did intrigue me to say the least. I will be writing up  a PM to stealth in what I feel needs to be done. Luckily I didn't have any coins on this exchange but all I am going to say is the guys behind this are intelligent individuals and this whole event has been well orchestrated, if they wanted to give your btc back you would of had it by now.

The main key for this person/s was to keep a low profile, 20 times more btc in value is at stake compared to the poloniex hack yet not one mainstream article about it. Smiley

Doge removed from the exchange as popularity skyrocketed... imagine the dogecoin community rallying up against this exchange.

This is the perfect scam, high reward, low exposure outside of this ANN and it's exactly how this scam was intended.

The key thing here is make the rest of the crypto community pay for the sins of this exchange owner, this isn't some trivial amount we talking about and this needs to be exposed to the mainstream, I believe it will have a negative impact on the price of bitcoin, just no one outside of bitcoin talk forums knows about it.

Now is the right time to take this mainstream esp with GOX in the spotlight, another story will force needed change with exchanges... damage the price of bitcoin and you will
also dmg the bottom line of the underground world , then it won't just be you guys after them.

Think about what I have said, each coin listed on this exchange was high potential / low exposure coins which would generate good income for the exchange while the exchange itself would
go unnoticed.

To the exchange owner, much respect and well planed but I do hope you get caught for all our sakes!

You are a damn genius, this all makes perfect sense now. Look at how much press Poloniex got, yet nothing mention about coinmarket and 30 times more stolen if you include alt prices. Sad

https://www.google.co.za/#q=Poloniex

https://www.google.co.za/#q=Coinmarket

Does anyone have contacts with the major publications like business insider, coinbase, etc etc?  Need to get this in the open fast!!!!!

+1

Didn't think about it that way! I personally think Kenneth is involved and playing the victim card with some deception... if it was my family getting threatened I would of gone to the police myself and asked for advice but this guy is way too calm about things. Once again even the "fake"(IMO) correspondence was kept low profile like you have been suggesting.
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March 17, 2014, 09:12:31 AM
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Since I am team lead for security at a multinational firm this case did intrigue me to say the least. I will be writing up  a PM to stealth in what I feel needs to be done. Luckily I didn't have any coins on this exchange but all I am going to say is the guys behind this are intelligent individuals and this whole event has been well orchestrated, if they wanted to give your btc back you would of had it by now.

The main key for this person/s was to keep a low profile, 20 times more btc in value is at stake compared to the poloniex hack yet not one mainstream article about it. Smiley

Doge removed from the exchange as popularity skyrocketed... imagine the dogecoin community rallying up against this exchange.

This is the perfect scam, high reward, low exposure outside of this ANN and it's exactly how this scam was intended.

The key thing here is make the rest of the crypto community pay for the sins of this exchange owner, this isn't some trivial amount we talking about and this needs to be exposed to the mainstream, I believe it will have a negative impact on the price of bitcoin, just no one outside of bitcoin talk forums knows about it.

Now is the right time to take this mainstream esp with GOX in the spotlight, another story will force needed change with exchanges... damage the price of bitcoin and you will
also dmg the bottom line of the underground world , then it won't just be you guys after them.

Think about what I have said, each coin listed on this exchange was high potential / low exposure coins which would generate good income for the exchange while the exchange itself would
go unnoticed.

To the exchange owner, much respect and well planed but I do hope you get caught for all our sakes!

You are a damn genius, this all makes perfect sense now. Look at how much press Poloniex got, yet nothing mention about coinmarket and 30 times more stolen if you include alt prices. Sad

https://www.google.co.za/#q=Poloniex

https://www.google.co.za/#q=Coinmarket

Does anyone have contacts with the major publications like business insider, coinbase, etc etc?  Need to get this in the open fast!!!!!

No need to have contacts. Btc-e trollbox is perfect for that with a link to this thread so people can verify it's a real issue.
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March 17, 2014, 09:57:18 AM
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guys only Kenneth can speak with owner of coinmarket (but i still think that kenneth is owner)

so we need push him harder - only then coinmarket owner was speaking with us - im kinda bored with this sutuation, they are updating us but then nothing happen - fucking skammers buying time for something

they only give ppl a small ammount of coin to withdraw to calm us down and probably they didnt have our btc, i just hate ppl like this so can anyone push it to norway police office? atleast we need to know something - i didnt give up on this
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March 17, 2014, 10:02:01 AM
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Wall of silence, stuck deposits. Lots of BS.

If this doesn't scream scam, I don't know what does. Personally if it were my BTC I wouldn't be sitting around patiently hoping to get it back.

This is all just utter nonsense.

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March 17, 2014, 10:20:20 AM
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This is typical scam style approach.

In order to keep a scam going as long as possible they will feed you info you don't really want to hear, so info that isn't solving anything but tries to keep the public calm.

They also won't deal with direct issues and in this case the main one being bitcoins. Instead they will dance around other issues involving alt coins and divert attention.

Like I say well planned, well executed, no one is being held accountable, for the amount of btc thats been stolen incredibly low exposure. It's a complete win/win for those involved with the
exchange.

Remember if they wanted you to have your btc back you would of had it by now. They develop a full blown exchange with API to list on coinwarz and coinmarketcap, these guys aren't retards as much as they pretending to play dumb with you all. Wink

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March 17, 2014, 12:02:36 PM
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Since I am team lead for security at a multinational firm this case did intrigue me to say the least. I will be writing up  a PM to stealth in what I feel needs to be done. Luckily I didn't have any coins on this exchange but all I am going to say is the guys behind this are intelligent individuals and this whole event has been well orchestrated, if they wanted to give your btc back you would of had it by now.

The main key for this person/s was to keep a low profile, 20 times more btc in value is at stake compared to the poloniex hack yet not one mainstream article about it. Smiley

Doge removed from the exchange as popularity skyrocketed... imagine the dogecoin community rallying up against this exchange.

This is the perfect scam, high reward, low exposure outside of this ANN and it's exactly how this scam was intended.

The key thing here is make the rest of the crypto community pay for the sins of this exchange owner, this isn't some trivial amount we talking about and this needs to be exposed to the mainstream, I believe it will have a negative impact on the price of bitcoin, just no one outside of bitcoin talk forums knows about it.

Now is the right time to take this mainstream esp with GOX in the spotlight, another story will force needed change with exchanges... damage the price of bitcoin and you will
also dmg the bottom line of the underground world , then it won't just be you guys after them.

Think about what I have said, each coin listed on this exchange was high potential / low exposure coins which would generate good income for the exchange while the exchange itself would
go unnoticed.

To the exchange owner, much respect and well planed but I do hope you get caught for all our sakes!

Litesire, I guess the best way to proceed to bring this media attention. We should do the things the coinmarket.io afraid we would do. We should make this high profile.

Any idea how we can achieve this ?
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March 17, 2014, 12:11:58 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, 12:15:17 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.

We all know reddcoin is going to make the same jump as doge soon Smiley just look at the marketcap etc. Too many signs Cheesy
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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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