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September 10, 2019, 02:23:28 PM
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Even though it is painfully obvious they are theifs.

They were taken advantage of thanks to an exploit in Monero's code, which was patched shortly afterward:

https://latesthackingnews.com/2018/08/05/monero-wallet-vulnerability-loss-of-1-8-million-to-livecoin-crypto-exchange/

https://thenextweb.com/hardfork/2018/08/02/monero-bugs-patched/

They are not thieves. They had their Monero stolen, and socialized the losses by attempting to do a buyback of outstanding XMR before the final delisting.

Yes, of course ideally they should have credited all their customers with the missing XMR, but they felt the problem wasn't their fault, and was the fault of the Monero devs. Not saying I'm agreeing with the way they went about things, but they are not "thieves."

If they had posted that they were going to take this action and then people complained i would say they were justified.

But they continued to allow deposits without means to withdraw which only allowed people to dump at that low price which makes them thiefs.

Its pretty cut and dry.

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September 11, 2019, 04:23:38 AM
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When they found out about the  XMR coin duplication bug, they should've shut down the   XMR exchange from their website. 

They continued to allow people to trade  Monero (xmr) with BTC, USD   but didn't allow  XMR withdrawl. 


Once people realized that  livecoin.net wasn't going to resolve this issue and bring the wallet back online,  people had to convert their XMR  into BTC or USD   for  20~90%  cheaper  than what they were worth at the time.   So people continued to wait because they couldn't just lose 20 ~90% of their money for no reason.   

The we waited, the conversion rate become more ridiculous.      They had intentions to steal our XMR  and  they ended up stealing our assets.


T H I E F S !!!!!!


Where are they located? what is their address and phone number?   I asked for these information but Livecoin.net  refused to answer my  questions. 


Does anybody know about their information?  Please start a lawsuit and I will join you.

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September 11, 2019, 04:48:31 AM
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But they continued to allow deposits without means to withdraw which only allowed people to dump at that low price which makes them thiefs.

They didn't though... Same thing with MONA. They shut down deposits and withdrawals after they got hacked.

https://monero.stackexchange.com/questions/11240/monero-wallet-in-livecoin-net

When they found out about the  XMR coin duplication bug, they should've shut down the   XMR exchange from their website. 

They continued to allow people to trade  Monero (xmr) with BTC, USD   but didn't allow  XMR withdrawl. 

They were hoping for compensation from the Monero devs, which never came. That's why they left trading open. Not necessarily the best plan, but that's what happened.

The we waited, the conversion rate become more ridiculous.      They had intentions to steal our XMR  and  they ended up stealing our assets.

How could they steal something that was already stolen?

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September 12, 2019, 05:35:00 AM
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How could they steal something that was already stolen?
Ahahahaha.....crazy scam defender like his friend Vadi2323 - troll from Livecoin  Grin

Believing that the sale of something that does not exist is not theft

They so actively trying to protect scammers that it is already getting ridiculous

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September 12, 2019, 05:46:28 AM
Last edit: September 12, 2019, 09:29:18 AM by OcTradism
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How exchanges are called as scam if they delisted coins with announcements on their website, and allowable time to withdraw for their users (with Livecoin, and recently Monero delist)?

What will happen if exchanges announce to delist one coin next one or two weeks, and immediately disable trading on their exchanges after announcement? You pop-up and call them as scam, right?

They allow time to withdraw coming delisted coins. You still pop-up and call them as scam, right?

You should create and operate your own exchange, and do anything that satisfies you.

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September 12, 2019, 05:52:36 AM
Last edit: September 12, 2019, 08:45:16 AM by izooomrud
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How exchanges are called as scam if they delisted coins with announcements on their website, and allowable time to withdraw for their users (with Livecoin, and recently Monero delist)?
Why don’t you say that before excluding this they held tradings more than one year for an unsecured asset in violation of the user agreement?
Are you sure that they gave the possibility of a withdrawal?  Cheesy

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September 12, 2019, 09:23:45 AM
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How could they steal something that was already stolen?
Ahahahaha.....crazy scam defender like his friend Vadi2323 - troll from Livecoin  Grin

Believing that the sale of something that does not exist is not theft

They so actively trying to protect scammers that it is already getting ridiculous

You know full well what was happening with your MONA, as it was the same thing that happened to XMR. And you rode it into the ground. That was stupid. Nobody can help you now.

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September 12, 2019, 05:37:38 PM
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How could they steal something that was already stolen?
Ahahahaha.....crazy scam defender like his friend Vadi2323 - troll from Livecoin  Grin

Believing that the sale of something that does not exist is not theft

They so actively trying to protect scammers that it is already getting ridiculous

You know full well what was happening with your MONA, as it was the same thing that happened to XMR. And you rode it into the ground. That was stupid. Nobody can help you now.
I would never ask you for help - scam defender  Cheesy

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September 12, 2019, 06:16:34 PM
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But they continued to allow deposits without means to withdraw which only allowed people to dump at that low price which makes them thiefs.

They didn't though... Same thing with MONA. They shut down deposits and withdrawals after they got hacked.

https://monero.stackexchange.com/questions/11240/monero-wallet-in-livecoin-net


What? They were hacked July 20, 2018.

https://latesthackingnews.com/2018/08/05/monero-wallet-vulnerability-loss-of-1-8-million-to-livecoin-crypto-exchange/

They didn't disable deposits (you can't the address cannot be shut down!) at all just withdrawals and the link you posted to was posted 3 months ago.






They were hoping for compensation from the Monero devs, which never came. That's why they left trading open. Not necessarily the best plan, but that's what happened.

Who cares what they were hoping for, they were stealing all deposits and anything that did not get hacked.

And pray tell how are the devs going to pay an exchange on a non premined coin?

Exchanges take the risk when they list and thats why they keep the profit, asking Devs to cover losses is ridiculous. I can see how pre-mined scam coins would just to keep the P&D going but can you imagine them asking Bitcoin Devs to replace stolen Bitcoins and to keep allowing deposits and closing withdrawals!


How could they steal something that was already stolen?

They stole all that wasn't hacked away and was deposited since the hack by forcing people to dump them because they could not withdraw them.

What they should have done is gone to the Monero community and asked for help, trying to exhort monero Devs for coins they don't have just shows their incompetence as well as their ignorance of the asset they were using to profit from.

And I haven't even mentioned the fact they are anon russians that tried to make it look like they were an american based company to start with.


I understand you feel you must defend these crooks because you were advertising for them but we all make mistakes. Stop trying to defend them, your hurting your name more by defending them then you ever did by advertising them.

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Last edit: September 13, 2019, 11:47:11 AM by nutildah
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But they continued to allow deposits without means to withdraw which only allowed people to dump at that low price which makes them thiefs.

They didn't though... Same thing with MONA. They shut down deposits and withdrawals after they got hacked.

https://monero.stackexchange.com/questions/11240/monero-wallet-in-livecoin-net

What? They were hacked July 20, 2018.

https://latesthackingnews.com/2018/08/05/monero-wallet-vulnerability-loss-of-1-8-million-to-livecoin-crypto-exchange/

They didn't disable deposits (you can't the address cannot be shut down!) at all just withdrawals and the link you posted to was posted 3 months ago.

You can't "disable deposits," but you can remove the option to display a deposit address, which is what they did within a day of the hacking. This is what Livecoin had to say about the issue; whether or not you want to believe them is up to you:

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On July 24, 2018, the new version of the node was released, but the update wasn’t critical, it was a routine, even though the vulnerability was critical. We updated the node within 2 days after the update had been released, which is a standard procedure of our operating with nodes.

After the node update, the amounts of previous incoming transactions changed - they decreased. On the same day, we tried to contact the Monero developers and disabled both the deposit and withdrawal. However, in course of our communication, the developers refused to pay damages caused by their actions, namely, the non-notification of the vulnerability in the Monero code, of which the developers were well aware long before the attacks on the exchanges, as well as the absence of news about the vulnerability in the official Monero information channels, and also the insider operations or inaction towards the critical vulnerability.

Edit: On second thought, doesn't it require some sort of special memo in order to be credited with an XMR transaction on an exchange? Why would somebody deposit XMR to an exchange address without having the Payment ID, or even being able to enter the Payment ID anywhere?

They stole all that wasn't hacked away and was deposited since the hack by forcing people to dump them because they could not withdraw them.

What evidence you have that they received a single XMR after the hack? (which wasn't even really a "hack" BTW but more of a successful exploit of a Monero code vulnerability)

I understand you feel you must defend these crooks because you were advertising for them but we all make mistakes. Stop trying to defend them, your hurting your name more by defending them then you ever did by advertising them.

You're not thinking critically here. I am only defending them against untrue statements. Since the very beginning of my posting in this thread I said I didn't agree with the way the were going about things. Do you see me wearing the Livecoin signature now?

I tried hard to act as an intermediary between the forum and the exchange, to smooth things over, and probably am at least partly responsible for getting them to allow the OP to withdraw his BTC. He should probably be kissing my ass.

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September 13, 2019, 04:55:20 PM
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I tried hard to act as an intermediary between the forum and the exchange, to smooth things over, and probably am at least partly responsible for getting them to allow the OP to withdraw his BTC. He should probably be kissing my ass.

This we can agree on and i'll go as far as to say without you he definitely would not have seen a cent. I'm not going to continue to argue as I don't get anything from it and my time is too valuable for me to waste it on this. I'd rather spend it linking memes. Smiley

I wish the others would follow your example and lose the Sig. It really shows who they are by still wearing it and even worse those that added it after this.

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Curious behavior of user suchmoon.

This person knows the Russian language perfectly, reads the Russian board, and initially knew that izooomrud was repulsed in all Russian topics in which he wrote his claims before he came here.

However, there suchmoon did not manifest itself at all. After the publication of this topic in the English board on June 28, having waited and making sure that the izooomrud's lie met approval here, he immediately began distributing merits in Russian themes to multi-account trolls, put me on the distrust list and wrote a post in support of izooomrud on July 03:

You have no right to keep the funds regardless of what "information" the customer published. You can terminate your service to the customer if they violated the user agreement but you need to return their money.

Such slippery suchmoon!




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Curious behavior of user suchmoon.

This person knows the Russian language perfectly, reads the Russian board, and initially knew that izooomrud was repulsed in all Russian topics in which he wrote his claims before he came here.

Are you seriously implying that I read every post on the Russian board? I'm lucky to have time the get through new posts in a handful of threads I subscribe to.

You have no right to keep the funds regardless of what "information" the customer published. You can terminate your service to the customer if they violated the user agreement but you need to return their money.

The response you're quoting is to Livecoin (not izoomwhatshisname) and refers to their idiotic, scammy, and likely illegal policy of confiscating funds for some nebulous TOS violation. That's something I'm against regardless of the national origin or the type (exchange, casino, whathaveyou) of the service in question. I think the izoomperson is a troll and I said so on more than one occasion but that obviously doesn't fit your narrative. Also: being a troll doesn't make it right to steal from him.

Such slippery suchmoon!

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Curious behavior of user suchmoon.

This person knows the Russian language perfectly, reads the Russian board, and initially knew that izooomrud was repulsed in all Russian topics in which he wrote his claims before he came here.

So what that he was 'repulsed' by Livecoin shills? And it's not even like Livecoin had unanimous support even on their linguistic turf from my brief perusing of one major topic there.

izooomrud came here because he got scammed and saw no other recourse, since he got at least a portion of his money back and was able to warn people about the practices of this wannabe-exchange, it turned out to be a wise idea.

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izooomrud was repulsed in all Russian topics in which he wrote his claims before he came here.

Was disproved only by the same corrupt trolls from livecoin like you, all other adequate people from russian branch supported me and my flag!

You never answered and you will never be able to answer for your words and utterances, moron, anyone can check this by reading the Russian section where you blame a person and then do not give proofs.

Your place in a garbage, along with livecoin and other scammers defenders.

The idiot cannot calm down after exposing the scammers whom he defended  Grin

I think the izoomperson is a troll and I said so on more than one occasion but that obviously doesn't fit your narrative. Also: being a troll doesn't make it right to steal from him.
When a person tries to get his money back using publicity, is he a troll? Are you out of your mind?!

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The short history of izooomrud's nice try on the Russian board.

izooomrud bought a shitcoin, without checking if the wallet was disconnected on the exchange and without having previously studied this shitcoin. After a drawdown, izooomrud  decided to rush onto the exchange in order to get out of the situation without losses (or even with profit? - I don’t remember already).

In prosess of the negotiations the exchange offered him some compensation until he brought the story out, but he was only happy with the unconditional opening of withdrawal for the shitcoin, what hints:

The crook wants by any ways to open the withdrawal of MONA. As a version: during the attack, the glass was empty and they sold fake MONA to themselves. Therefore, in order to open the withdrawal (the exchange will have to open the withdrawal not only for him, others will also want to withdraw) - the exchange will have to buy this shit on Bittrex. If there is a "development team" involved, then they will slam two birds with one stone - they will withdraw stolen and they will lift the course at someone else’s expense.

The professional works

In the process, he made "strong" arguments that if they did not agree to his terms, he would begin to denigrate the exchange on the forums and the exchange would lose customers because of this.

After izooomrud failed with the ru-community he came to the English board where, taking into account his mistakes in the ru-section, he composed a more improved story.

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In prosess of the negotiations the exchange offered him some compensation until he brought the story out, but he was only happy with the unconditional opening of withdrawal for the shitcoin, what hints:

LOL, show me the proofs that they were offering me something, liar. What your crazy head came up with is not proofs Grin

In the process, he made "strong" arguments that if they did not agree to his terms, he would begin to denigrate the exchange on the forums and the exchange would lose customers because of this.

Prove it, cretin, i am 100% sure that you can not

After izooomrud failed with the ru-community he came to the English board where, taking into account his mistakes in the ru-section, he composed a more improved story.

You and a couple other of trolls from livecoin it's are not a community, stop flattering yourself  Grin

And who is interested to know the whole history of this famous defender of scammers such as livecoin and yobit and what he does in order to help them you can read here

The crook wants by any ways to open the withdrawal of MONA. As a version: during the attack, the glass was empty and they sold fake MONA to themselves. Therefore, in order to open the withdrawal (the exchange will have to open the withdrawal not only for him, others will also want to withdraw) - the exchange will have to buy this shit on Bittrex. If there is a "development team" involved, then they will slam two birds with one stone - they will withdraw stolen and they will lift the course at someone else’s expense.

The professional works

it has already been discussed

I NEVER asked to open deposit/withdrawal opportunity, I only asked to RETURN my funds and nothing else. I was afraid that they would only give me back my BTC (which were being held to put pressure on me) and my MONA coins would not be returned or returned of their current market value to BTC. But no matter how much you call Mona a “shit coin”, it ranks TOP 70 Coinmarketcap with a capitalization of more than $ 100 million! Therefore, I want the exchange to return my Mona coins, so I could continue to hold them until they reach the price level at which I bought those coins, and I am sure they will reach that price again.
If you really want to know, I certainly would agree if they give me back the BTC that I spent on buying Mona! If I initially stated that I want compensation in BTC, then I would have heard 10 times more insults in my address than I had already heard. They would certainly begin to speak in their accusations; “Hey, look, it's just a loser-trader who has lost profit and is now trying to recover what he has lost!” Therefore, I consider it fair if they just return my Mona coins and I will continue to hold them. It does not matter how they will return them to me, by opening a deposit/withdrawal option or from any other wallet. I repeat once again that I would agree to compensation in BTC, or any other cryptocurrency in the amount corresponding to the value of 0.30 BTC at this moment.

but it doesn’t matter to you since your job is to repeat all the time like a parrot again and again - "livecoin is good, user is bad".

You and people like you a disgrace to the Russian locale, you don’t do anything useful, but you just shit everywhere, I wonder how you haven’t been banned yet.

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November 07, 2019, 05:29:26 PM
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Can't believe this scam exchange is still operational.

Warning: Beaxy exchange is lying & refusing to answer questions - BEWARE!!  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2912122.msg50692375#msg50692375   Funniest/stupidest shit list thread ever:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1064824.msg20344174#msg20344174   The ultimate example of trust abuse by exposed scammer craslovell...
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November 08, 2019, 02:43:33 AM
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Can't believe this scam exchange is still operational.

I have added Livecoin to my list of scams on my signature.
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Last edit: November 20, 2019, 04:20:11 AM by OcTradism
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It is a big fun to see the Poloniex in your list of scam exchanges. Poloniex is at the 11th position as ranked by liquidity from https://coinmarketcap.com/rankings/exchanges/liquidity/. Well done.

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