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June 29, 2018, 10:39:02 AM
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I'm using it currently, do you think there'll be a problem with withdraw ?
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June 29, 2018, 11:53:49 AM
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I'm using it currently, do you think there'll be a problem with withdraw ?

This exchange is fee-mining its own shittoken. Don't use exchanges that are involved in shady practices.

Coinbene is insanely small, barely any whales willing to store their funds or trade there, and suddenly it generates over $1 billion in volume out of nothing? This exchange is either creating fake volume, or it's using sleeping user funds to trade with. In case of the latter, they might even prevent you from withdrawing temporarily, till they are done. Even without this, there are plenty of reasons to avoid this exchange. Don't ever expose yourself to easy to prevent risks.
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July 01, 2018, 03:41:57 PM
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I'm using it currently, do you think there'll be a problem with withdraw ?

This exchange is fee-mining its own shittoken. Don't use exchanges that are involved in shady practices.

Coinbene is insanely small, barely any whales willing to store their funds or trade there, and suddenly it generates over $1 billion in volume out of nothing? This exchange is either creating fake volume, or it's using sleeping user funds to trade with. In case of the latter, they might even prevent you from withdrawing temporarily, till they are done. Even without this, there are plenty of reasons to avoid this exchange. Don't ever expose yourself to easy to prevent risks.

Thanks, but it seems like at top levels on similarweb ? That means it's being used widely, u think they can still risk it ?
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July 30, 2018, 02:32:13 AM
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【New Token】FXT will be listed on CoinBene on July 30th 2018,featuring FXT / ETH trading.
FXT available for Depositing: 2018/7/30 11:00 (GMT+8)
FXT available for Trading: 2018/7/30 15:00 (GMT+8)
FXT available for Withdrawing: 2018/8/02 11:00 (GMT+8)

https://twitter.com/coinbene/status/1023757310626213889
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August 10, 2018, 06:40:43 PM
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Who knows how to cancel my order on Coinbene?
I placed two orders to sell KORA Network and there are no orders in "Open orders" and in the "Order History"
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September 18, 2018, 11:53:26 PM
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I'm using it currently, do you think there'll be a problem with withdraw ?


 I have 500000 coins on coinbene and they want me to pay 2.5 ether to get them out!
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September 19, 2018, 12:00:52 AM
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I'm using it currently, do you think there'll be a problem with withdraw ?

This exchange is fee-mining its own shittoken. Don't use exchanges that are involved in shady practices.

Coinbene is insanely small, barely any whales willing to store their funds or trade there, and suddenly it generates over $1 billion in volume out of nothing? This exchange is either creating fake volume, or it's using sleeping user funds to trade with. In case of the latter, they might even prevent you from withdrawing temporarily, till they are done. Even without this, there are plenty of reasons to avoid this exchange. Don't ever expose yourself to easy to prevent risks.

Thanks, but it seems like at top levels on similarweb ? That means it's being used widely, u think they can still risk it ?

I've been trying to get to my 500000 apl for a month now.  Holding them ransom.  They want 2.5 ether to let them out. I just can't get a straight answer from customer service.  I've given them all info they ask for and they will add another task that does not make sense to me, maybe to them.  All comes back to a wallet address to send ether.  BEWARE
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May 10, 2019, 12:09:29 PM
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I was robbed on this exchange. I have SMS codes, google authenticator, mail. And they rob me. This is not all. I turned to the chat https://t.me/coinbene. OFFICIAL HELP TEAM wrote to me  In order to return my 0.06 BTC I am offered to transfer still 0.06 BTC. How do scammers take Telegram accounts? Or is the Coinbene exchange scam? I still have correspondence and screenshots from the exchange.
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January 27, 2020, 07:26:36 AM
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January 28, 2020, 12:13:06 PM
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After long technical problems and negotiations, the company fulfilled its obligations.

For the test, carry out operations on small amounts of coins
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March 04, 2020, 02:20:39 AM
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Will NEVER use this exchange myself again.  Absolute shit show.  Haven't been able to withdraw from there for over 2 months, support stopped responding after first try.  Take it to telegram, they basically call me liar, delete all my posts then ban me.  Bottom line, their support is horrible some coins seemingly get disabled for withdrawals for months at a time, they not only ignore but publicly insult their customers LOL....ya, great business...or just another shit show of a crypto exchange, I've convinced of that latter.

Definitely NOT deserving of anyone's business!
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