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August 06, 2019, 02:36:10 AM
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Delisting Mona's coin has ended, now they have all stolen! I did not sell them my coins at a price 5 times lower than the market. I am sure that after 51% of the attack they did not have a loss of mona coins, because it is almost impossible, they are lying.
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August 06, 2019, 05:46:11 AM
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Livecoin seems that was hacked, a large number of coins are on maintenance, XMR, SFT, etc.
They seem they are in trouble, be aware if you are holding a coin that is on maintenance they will probably do the same that they did with MONA, so better to stay away

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August 06, 2019, 06:14:46 AM
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Livecoin seems that was hacked, a large number of coins are on maintenance, XMR, SFT, etc.
They seem they are in trouble, be aware if you are holding a coin that is on maintenance they will probably do the same that they did with MONA, so better to stay away
Thank you for the information... but I don't know why but this exchange is really often in maintenance mode from what I've observed. So are you sure it's not just a random usual maintenance?

 
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August 06, 2019, 07:12:50 AM
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Livecoin suffered a loss of 1.8 mil worth of Monero a few months ago.

https://latesthackingnews.com/2018/08/05/monero-wallet-vulnerability-loss-of-1-8-million-to-livecoin-crypto-exchange/
https://www.reddit.com/r/monerosupport/comments/braxxp/livecoinnet_xmr_wallet_offline/



Livecoin Crypto Exchange Suffered Loss Of XMR
According to a recent report, Livecoin crypto exchange suffered a significant loss. The exchange claimed it lost 15108 XMR worth $1.8 million. The exchange noted some inappropriate transactions on July 20, 2018, after which they confirmed the loss.

Livecoin expresses its dismay that Monero developers did not inform them about the risks or the need to limit Monero transactions. Now, they have halted XMR transactions for an indefinite time, probably until further negotiations between the exchange and Monero developers.



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A vulnerability have been detected in this asset software. In course of negotiations, the developers refused to take responsibility for their software, that is why deposit and withdrawal of this coin have been suspended. If you have difficulties with this asset, or you have questions about the time when it will be enabled again, please, address the developer, because it depends entirely on the developer.


Monero has been on maintenance for months, and no news when they will bring back online the wallet, also other coins that are forks of Monero are on maintenance, like SFT and SFX.

It seems that all Monero forks coin got attacked on Livecoin, my advice is to get rid of all the Monero and Monero forks you hold on livecoin, sell them for BTC and withdraw from there as soon as possible.

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August 14, 2019, 12:01:23 PM
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I'm seeing an increase in livecoin shitposting from dodgy accounts - have they started their spamming campaign again?

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August 20, 2019, 02:19:33 PM
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Scammers continue to rob users by analogy with the MONA coin
https://www.livecoin.net/en/news/view/304

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Scammers continue to rob users by analogy with the MONA coin
https://www.livecoin.net/en/news/view/304

I think it is very interesting that they are making the insinuation that someone on the Monero development team executed the vulnerability to profit.  Roll Eyes I wonder how much proof they actually have to bring up this allegation. It's disconcerting that they will freeze one of their users accounts for spreading "disinformation" about them, but then turn around and make an unfounded allegation against an established and trusted team. Monero is listed on several exchanges. I am not aware of any other exchange insisting that Monero return the lost funds. Weren't other exchanges hit with the same vulnerability? Or do hacker know to go to Livecoin for their exploiting endeavors?

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Livecoin suffered a loss of 1.8 mil worth of Monero a few months ago.

https://latesthackingnews.com/2018/08/05/monero-wallet-vulnerability-loss-of-1-8-million-to-livecoin-crypto-exchange/
https://www.reddit.com/r/monerosupport/comments/braxxp/livecoinnet_xmr_wallet_offline/



Livecoin Crypto Exchange Suffered Loss Of XMR
According to a recent report, Livecoin crypto exchange suffered a significant loss. The exchange claimed it lost 15108 XMR worth $1.8 million. The exchange noted some inappropriate transactions on July 20, 2018, after which they confirmed the loss.

Livecoin expresses its dismay that Monero developers did not inform them about the risks or the need to limit Monero transactions. Now, they have halted XMR transactions for an indefinite time, probably until further negotiations between the exchange and Monero developers.



20.05.2019 17:35Support (assistant):
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A vulnerability have been detected in this asset software. In course of negotiations, the developers refused to take responsibility for their software, that is why deposit and withdrawal of this coin have been suspended. If you have difficulties with this asset, or you have questions about the time when it will be enabled again, please, address the developer, because it depends entirely on the developer.


Monero has been on maintenance for months, and no news when they will bring back online the wallet, also other coins that are forks of Monero are on maintenance, like SFT and SFX.

It seems that all Monero forks coin got attacked on Livecoin, my advice is to get rid of all the Monero and Monero forks you hold on livecoin, sell them for BTC and withdraw from there as soon as possible.

I have such a question for the administrators of the LiveCoin exchange how can you delist Monero (XMR) without the right to withdraw a coin by users of the exchange? This means only one thing that all the Monero coins that users on the exchange have on the exchange wants to assign  on 30.08.2019, that is, this is a blatant assignment of funds from traders by the LiveCoin exchange. What is the fault of the Monero holders on your LiveCoin exchange that you take their legitimate money from them? If you had problems with hacking and with Monero developers in the summer of 2018, why should LiveCoin traders pay for this in August 2019? If you respect yourself as a  exchange and your users, then you should give the opportunity to withdraw Monero after delisting the coin, or is there a second option that is not to delist Monero but to continue trading on it as you did since the summer of 2018 and the third option to buy Monero from traders of your LiveCoin exchange at market value if you intend to delist a coin without the right to withdraw. Otherwise, it will be just a blatant robbery of LiveCoin exchange users, and in this case, we LiveCoin traders will draw up a group lawsuit for LiveCoin in court and SEC for the appropriation of funds of exchange users.
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August 21, 2019, 03:09:02 PM
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If they have allowed deposits since the hack but not withdrawals then they are thieves, plain and simple.

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August 23, 2019, 03:06:34 PM
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If they have allowed deposits since the hack but not withdrawals then they are thieves, plain and simple.

Exactly this. Not only that, but they allowed trading of the coin in full knowledge that customers couldn't withdraw.

Pure scammers.

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August 24, 2019, 01:40:58 AM
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Scammers continue to rob users by analogy with the MONA coin
https://www.livecoin.net/en/news/view/304

I think it is very interesting that they are making the insinuation that someone on the Monero development team executed the vulnerability to profit.  Roll Eyes I wonder how much proof they actually have to bring up this allegation. It's disconcerting that they will freeze one of their users accounts for spreading "disinformation" about them, but then turn around and make an unfounded allegation against an established and trusted team. Monero is listed on several exchanges. I am not aware of any other exchange insisting that Monero return the lost funds. Weren't other exchanges hit with the same vulnerability? Or do hacker know to go to Livecoin for their exploiting endeavors?



I may be mistaken on the technical details here, but from my initial observation of these circumstances, it seems as if some type of node attack was used. Essentially the attack consists of an attacker setting up more nodes than the target, thus creating consensus on its chain  with a double spend TX faster than the target can. This basically creates a temporary localized fork and depends on a relatively weak network. The exchange server(s) recognize the attacker's transaction just long enough to get in and out of the exchange, then the network eventually invalidates the transaction as the attacking nodes are shut down. This is a combination of running a poorly managed exchange with too few active nodes to run its own transactions through, incompetent security management, and too few confirmations for deposit. I am sure I am explaining it clumsily, but that is the general mode of attack. The problem is from the outside it is hard to tell what happened which makes it easy to blame the dev team. However as others have pointed out, if it was a protocol issue, other exchanges would have been affected the same way. This is a very well known attack vector, and there is a good chance Livecoin is insolvent.


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August 24, 2019, 08:38:21 AM
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I think now we have to be very choosy about exchanges now a days almost all exchange is high risky we can't store our tokens and coins in exchange I also use this exchange called livecoin I have also doubts on it and you clear it now thanks for update mate
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I think now we have to be very choosy about exchanges now a days almost all exchange is high risky we can't store our tokens and coins in exchange I also use this exchange called livecoin I have also doubts on it and you clear it now thanks for update mate

Don't use exchanges as a place to store cryptocurrencies or tokens, get a hardware wallet. Other exchanges can also get hacked or start stealing from their customers.

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I think now we have to be very choosy about exchanges now a days almost all exchange is high risky we can't store our tokens and coins in exchange I also use this exchange called livecoin I have also doubts on it and you clear it now thanks for update mate

Or if you wanted to leave tokens on an exchange, it should be enough for your trading but don't store all your crypto funds in an exchanges, even such as hacks or dissolution. Let that be a lesson to you. And we are not talking only about Livecoin but the rest of crypto exchanges out there.

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I think now we have to be very choosy about exchanges now a days almost all exchange is high risky we can't store our tokens and coins in exchange I also use this exchange called livecoin I have also doubts on it and you clear it now thanks for update mate
Don't use exchanges as a place to store cryptocurrencies or tokens, get a hardware wallet. Other exchanges can also get hacked or start stealing from their customers.

When I bought MONA, the withdrawals was unavailable, after which the price fell sharply and I postponed the solution to this issue. After some time, I found out that the exchange with the developers had disagreements. I expressed my opinion on this matter and then you all know what came of it.   Smiley They delisted MONA coins and took them away forever, but thanks to all of you, I still managed to get my bitcoins back, with the help of which they blackmailed me. I came up with a way to thank everyone who sincerely helped me, I will inform about this later.  Wink

In addition, if there is someone who can return 720 mona coins in court against thieves from livecoin, I am ready to give part of this amount for work, or tel me your price, please PM me.

And now they want to steal the MONERO coins of other users in the same way.

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August 25, 2019, 09:48:08 AM
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When I bought MONA, the withdrawals was unavailable...

Why did you buy MONA which withdrawal was unavailable, shameless boy?

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When I bought MONA, the withdrawals was unavailable...

Why did you buy MONA which withdrawal was unavailable, shameless boy?
Should I ask you before buy? Livecoin-yobit troll!


Maybe you ask why I did not check the water in the drain tank before shit? I just wanted to shit!  Grin

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August 25, 2019, 02:25:56 PM
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When I bought MONA, the withdrawals was unavailable...

Why did you buy MONA which withdrawal was unavailable, shameless boy?

Damn , you check every coin you buy on an exchange to make sure it can be withdrawn first? I highly doubt that. Why don't you go back to the russian forums and troll there.

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August 25, 2019, 02:27:49 PM
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When I bought MONA, the withdrawals was unavailable...

Why did you buy MONA which withdrawal was unavailable, shameless boy?

The only thing I would ask would be... When you bought MONA, and you now say that you could not withdraw that MONA when you bought it (how do you know?), why did you not sell that MONA and get your money back? Unless there was an extreme difference in buy/sell side and I mean extreme.

I won't tell you that every time I buy a coin I check that I can withdraw it.. I maybe wait about 5 minutes until I actually want to withdraw it (because holding any coin on any exchange is stupid).

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August 25, 2019, 02:31:16 PM
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When I bought MONA, the withdrawals was unavailable...

Why did you buy MONA which withdrawal was unavailable, shameless boy?

The only thing I would ask would be... When you bought MONA, and you now say that you could not withdraw that MONA when you bought it (how do you know?), why did you not sell that MONA and get your money back? Unless there was an extreme difference in buy/sell side and I mean extreme.

I won't tell you that every time I buy a coin I check that I can withdraw it.. I maybe wait about 5 minutes until I actually want to withdraw it (because holding any coin on any exchange is stupid).

Holding is but trading in the margins makes it a necessity to have coins on exchanges as you well know.

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