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July 14, 2018, 10:36:42 AM
Last edit: July 14, 2018, 11:22:24 AM by Bouli
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Be carefull with this exchange, they've been "hacked/attacked" recently and with a week+ of radio silence they released this statement;

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Dear users:

Due to the poor management of the company and the loss of accounts by attack during this period, the website could no longer maintain normal operations. The trading function will be permanently closed on July 13th of this month, the withdrawal channel will be reserved. Please withdraw the remaining tokens as soon as possible. The entire server will be permanently closed on July 15th of this month.

We are deeply sorry for this inconvenience.


Source: https://support.bitpaction.com/hc/en-us/articles/360006853174-Server-permanent-shutdown-notification-


Signs of an exit where already there weeks ago, since their Telegram was going in to madness, they said the old admins had taken over their channel, suddenly a new channel was made. They didnt respond to anything and suddenly out of nowhere they released the above statement....

Try to withdraw your assets asap. I doubt if they where really "attacked"

Just a heads up Smiley

edit: https://www.neonbeginner.com/2018/07/09/bitpaction-cryptocurrency-exchange-caution-alert/

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July 14, 2018, 12:02:14 PM
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Be carefull with this exchange, they've been "hacked/attacked" recently and with a week+ of radio silence they released this statement;
It is questionable if they have ever been legit. For example, to this day they haven't distributed their bounty rewards. And now with their exchange closing down, they will never pay the campaigners, given that the rewards were to be distributed internally, on the exchange.

It looks to me that their claims of being hacked or attacked is just an excuse.
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