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March 19, 2014, 02:02:27 PM
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Alright guys, put down the pitchforks everything seems to be in order told ya so! Smiley

Lets wait for everyone to get whats theres, then we need to compensate the host which everyone threatened. Coinmarket.io if you could get in contact with the host, and have him post a BTC address or something we can send our appologize to. People need to understand that behind these computer screens are REAL people with familys and other issues and commitments such as JOBS.
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March 19, 2014, 02:04:59 PM
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I have sent Viperbass the following PM , I think we need someone like him to put pressure on coinmarket to prove that they can even do ONE manual transfer of one person respected and trusted in the community.
This btc list they provided seems absolute bullshit to me and not one (reputable) person complaining on this ANN is even included.

Hi Viperbass,

It appears the community has a lot of respect and trust for you and after the disaster that is coinmarket.io we need someone like you to declare the exchange a scam at some point. The fact is that btc list they provided "only" users with very low activity are claiming they on it.

I personally don't have enough respect in the community to claim I received my bitcoins back even if I do.

Please can you review the whole coinmarket.io and declare it a scam or hack or something so we can get moving on with this.

Thanks
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Hey Tami and everyone else, thanks for your support... one of the reasons I haven't been too quick to label coinmarket.io yet is because I do believe in honesty and up until this point
I couldn't say for 100% sure on the situation, but I do admit the way this process has been handled is not how I would of done things.

My main priority would of been to pay users there bitcoins back and then work on the alt coin issues. Coinmarket have admitted that the site is now going to be closed regardless so the only thing they should be working on at this point is refunding the users.

Also I don't feel it's fair that bitcoin/alt coin deposits made after trade was taken down should be penalised because of the Karma Hacks.

The question that needs to be asked now is shouldn't the users involved with the false btc/karma trades have there accounts suspended and no btc returned. How could these hackers withdraw the
btc when no one else can if the admin of coinmarket picked up what was going on. This would of prevented even the hack accounts from withdrawing. Those users should not get there btc returned
and the administrator will have evidence of such activity to provide the police should those users take it further.

I will be speaking to a couple exchange owners later today to find out the process involved in manually sending coins back and manually updating the TXID on the website for the manual transfer.

I will feedback on there response and then give my own deadline to coinmarket for my personal btc and take it from there.



Thanks for looking into this Viperbass, let us know if you get your coins back please! Until then we should all consider this site a bitcoin scam.

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March 19, 2014, 02:10:27 PM
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Here's me hoping that, because I was one of the very few "voices of reason" actually defending the site these past weeks, that I might get some sort of preferential treatment when it comes to my stuck BTC deposit....  Roll Eyes

That'd be a shitty way to do things and, personally, I would satisfy angriest first to avoid possible problems they can cause. Patient ones can wait for a bit longer. Sorry to rain on your parade, just an observation Wink

Yeah -  because the squeaky wheels always get the fucking grease don't they.

Why would that be a shitty way to do it? Should people be rewarded for inciting violence and vigilante behaviour? Just an observation Wink
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March 19, 2014, 02:15:44 PM
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Alright guys, put down the pitchforks everything seems to be in order told ya so! Smiley

Lets wait for everyone to get whats theres, then we need to compensate the host which everyone threatened. Coinmarket.io if you could get in contact with the host, and have him post a BTC address or something we can send our appologize to. People need to understand that behind these computer screens are REAL people with familys and other issues and commitments such as JOBS.

That's not a bad idea IF people get there btc back, people are asking for coinmarket.io to credit viperbass to prove there intentions-- Lets see if they can even get that right.

I don't have any coins in here but I wouldn't jump to happy endings just yet for the rest of you.
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March 19, 2014, 03:24:32 PM
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guys better think about rest ppl that lost btc here - we should split what left - for me it would be unfair if someone will get 100% and someone will get nothing

think about it, and sorry but i dont see why Viperbass should have privileges here - he lost btc like all of us

and meaby wait with this btc for host - we still dont know if he is involved or not
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March 19, 2014, 03:34:54 PM
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Here's me hoping that, because I was one of the very few "voices of reason" actually defending the site these past weeks, that I might get some sort of preferential treatment when it comes to my stuck BTC deposit....  Roll Eyes

That'd be a shitty way to do things and, personally, I would satisfy angriest first to avoid possible problems they can cause. Patient ones can wait for a bit longer. Sorry to rain on your parade, just an observation Wink

Yeah -  because the squeaky wheels always get the fucking grease don't they.

Why would that be a shitty way to do it? Should people be rewarded for inciting violence and vigilante behaviour? Just an observation Wink

In the ideal world, where good is being rewarded with good, sure, it would be great, but this is bussiness and this is crypto. Most likely violent ones lost or thought that they lost A LOT of money and KIND OF have a right to be angry, since, lets be honest, CM handled this deal in the worst way possible to calm the community down. If they would've been responsible and responsive from the beginning of this mess, there would be close to none vigilantism, death/police threats and accusations.

Also, don't take this personally, but I would rename what you call "voice of reason" to "naive dellusion". I had and still have hopes to get my DGB back and I liked CM as a trading platform a lot, but the way all this went down did not leave a lot to "hook" trust and hope on.
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March 19, 2014, 03:48:47 PM
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Alright guys, put down the pitchforks everything seems to be in order told ya so! Smiley

Lets wait for everyone to get whats theres, then we need to compensate the host which everyone threatened. Coinmarket.io if you could get in contact with the host, and have him post a BTC address or something we can send our appologize to. People need to understand that behind these computer screens are REAL people with familys and other issues and commitments such as JOBS.

You're easily pacified. "told you so"? I don't see that everything's "in order".  You may be correct that this is still not a scam, whether from the beginning or due to unfortunate circumstances.  However, have you seen manifested ANY proof of real "people" or "families"? Right now we have verbal ether, unproven assertions.  Either it is a scam or it was an unfortunate set of circumstances that befell a person or persons with the most horrible PR skills I've experienced in my life (I'm 47).  The level of opacity and skulking on the part of whoever is/was running the exchange is the cause of all of the anger, which, to be honest, is of a lot lower level than I believe is warranted. 
The only people who would be hard to defend are those advocating non-judicial, private vengeance.  People who have been calling for investigation are well within their rights and I believe are the only ones who have given cm.io reason to communicate at all.
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March 19, 2014, 04:04:28 PM
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Any word on when we can access the DOGE wallet to withdraw? I deposited some doge shortly before it was removed from the 'wallet' page.


Deposit transaction details:
http://dogechain.info/tx/c7f7009f733e35ef6f59330307baf544c4810d58be22104cba4de997f45e035f
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March 19, 2014, 04:19:47 PM
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Tue Mar 18 2014 ---- 15:32:38 ----85788.13811931 ----NOBL ---- 192.168.1.1 ---- pending

How lond does it take to withdraw? so far it's been almost a day.

a day?, i waited more than 2 weeks for a confirm and still waiting.
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March 19, 2014, 04:37:59 PM
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First, Thanks for your replies in the last days!

I still have not received them!
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Timestamp   Amount       Coin                Requester IP            Status
Fri Mar 07 2014 11:58:46    0.0156   BTC   141.101.96.130   confirmed

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March 19, 2014, 05:12:10 PM
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I have not received these funds and there is no TX id present on coinmarket site.

Timestamp   Amount   Coin   Requester IP   Status
Sat Mar 08 2014 06:58:35   0.5997   BTC   108.162.241.173   confirmed

Please Help.

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March 19, 2014, 06:06:52 PM
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Nothing was happend, still no usde :/ I'll go to the police
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March 19, 2014, 06:09:27 PM
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Hello CoinMarket.io, I made the mistake of depositing some coins with you yesterday before I knew about this mess.

If your website had been clearer, I would not have deposited anything, but you don't mention a hack, you don't warn anyone not to deposit coins, other than not using a pools auto-payout function, and your site certainly does not mention that you are planning on selling the exchange, something which you allude to in this thread. Finally, this catalogue of errors is topped off by your failure to provide some kind of proper support system, instead, you decide to link your support button link to this thread.

No-one would be interested in my coins, just under 5 million PENG, but I certainly want them back.
My username is BagMan, and my address is pSUmxwqaBMaSHz2QkPxzobCNUTggNbqaos

A reply would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

NewWorldCoiner

This has been an underlying problem I saw with the info on the site, seems like they are just doing a "update" to the system and "market paused", but little do people know its been that way for weeks now. So I am thinking this is more and more of a scam ....

If the owner of Coinmarket was really fixing problems, why not pause deposits as well? Since there were so many "issues", taking deposit while "fixing" withdrawal problems....hmmmm that sounds legit.

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March 19, 2014, 06:39:30 PM
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i was thinking same when i deposited my 0.95 btc - there was nothing about turning off site -/

if coinmarket know about their problem they shouldnt take more btc from users and they shouldnt give it to someone else -.-


i was trying to cooperate but it seems that dev didnt say how much they lost how much they still own and what they want to do so... i deposited btc after hack i just want it back if not i will take legal action because

u cant take btc from me and give it to someone else - and "beta" will not help u because u didnt post anything after hack and anything to safe ppl from depositing new funds  (and there still is nothing on coinmarket.io so ppl meaby will send coins - and i dont care where u get this  - my account name rizardek

as i said i can even give u 20% for cover loses but not 100% when some ppl received their funds back - so take it as my good will

if i didnt receive my coins - tommorow i will contanct police office in Norway - enough is enough
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March 19, 2014, 06:54:55 PM
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http://gyazo.com/fc4f65fc11f760658021f56c3c0173f6

Please deposit back my 745724 LEAF at fcWddCRU766vrFLaikNa2Ds2HC8AhPwv5o  Undecided

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March 19, 2014, 08:04:19 PM
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Hi,

I have a confirmed BTC withdrawal without txId since 03-07 that has not been credited to the destiantion account.

Fri Mar 07 2014 09:23:45    0.07599576   BTC   173.245.XX.XXX   confirmed user: rjavpajav

I just checked that my USDe pending withdrawal is already credited to the destination account. Thank you!
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March 19, 2014, 08:22:52 PM
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I have not got my BTC back it says confirmed with no tran ID
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March 19, 2014, 09:29:49 PM
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I'm still waiting on an unconfirmed btc deposit.  I though those were supposed to be fixed by today.
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March 19, 2014, 10:07:16 PM
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I have a USDe withdrawal that has not been credited to the destiantion account (GJPDSgw2CDxtYmG5y3jt5FP18CipM2Fw6t).
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DASH: Xncz1tRQZVxEB1Mh9nikUJzDCCgN3Atqpe
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March 19, 2014, 10:43:32 PM
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I have had a hectic day and apologies for not having responded sooner , I will be chatting with Linkandzelda the exchange owner of Cryptorush.in to get his technical input on the matter, obviously I don't want to involve him more then that.

Please respond with your questions that you would like me to ask him.

So far this is what I have.

1. How much time would a manual transfer take along with manually updating the TXID for that transaction on the website backend.
2. How would your prio refunding in a scenario where the exchange had to be stopped and will never come online again.
3. With all the users you currently have on your exchange in the event of stuck transactions that never got processed how would you handle that situation?
    a. Alllow users to try withdraw again when function is working
    b. Process transactions manually
    c. Create a script to process the transactions
i) How long would this take +-

I will chat with him tomorrow so please feel free to add to the above questions, based on his answers I will draw up my own conclusions.
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