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October 16, 2014, 06:47:42 PM
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Mintpal.com up again. Anyone had XMR there? Please let us know what's happening.
When you log in you arrive in a special withdrawal page : In this page I can see all my balances right, including XMR, which is somewhat a good presage. You can specify retrieval adress for each coin, including XMR, then save.
They says that each withdrawal is manually approved and for some coin such that XMR, il will take a longer time due to some daemon problems.

Overall, I believe I will recover my coins, but I am rather an optimistic guy and I had only small amounts of coins. Wait & see.




thanks for posting! love this community:)
I have just received my coins from mintpal, except for monero and btc up to now.

Where Monero send? In DOS wallet /0.8.8.4/ or wallet in a exchange?

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October 16, 2014, 06:48:19 PM
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HOW DO I CREATE A LINUX WALLET - PLEASE HELP!! [...]

25hashcoin, you're really much better off asking for assistance in IRC. Just join #monero on freenode and there's plenty of people around that can help you. I'm generally clueless on linux, so this is the best I can offer. You could also ask a reputable community member (think: escrow) to hold your coins while you sort this stuff out (just to quickly get them off Mintpal).

If you're not already on IRC, an easy way to get started is just to open up a web client for freenode, such as:
http://webchat.freenode.net/

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Thank you. I have no idea how to find a reputable member to withdrawal my XMR for me.

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October 16, 2014, 06:51:45 PM
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Thank you. I have no idea how to find a reputable member to withdrawal my XMR for me.

With that in mind, I will advice that you don't take anyone's offer to hold your coins for you! You mentioned you're not a noob, so I trust that you'll easily distinguish an honest helper on IRC from someone trying to rip you off. It should not be too complicated to get your wallet setup & running.

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Last edit: October 16, 2014, 07:58:08 PM by 25hashcoin
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Thank you. I have no idea how to find a reputable member to withdrawal my XMR for me.

With that in mind, I will advice that you don't take anyone's offer to hold your coins for you! You mentioned you're not a noob, so I trust that you'll easily distinguish an honest helper on IRC from someone trying to rip you off. It should not be too complicated to get your wallet setup & running.



edit: I have been helped

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October 16, 2014, 07:16:53 PM
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Thank you. I have no idea how to find a reputable member to withdrawal my XMR for me.

With that in mind, I will advice that you don't take anyone's offer to hold your coins for you! You mentioned you're not a noob, so I trust that you'll easily distinguish an honest helper on IRC from someone trying to rip you off. It should not be too complicated to get your wallet setup & running.

I made him the offer to transfer the coins for him in like several batches, no worry to loose coins that way. He's panicking, and not listening in. In about a year from this the world will have another linux expert that can install anything.
Today, has at least one more person willing to learn Unix, so this is actually a good day.
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October 16, 2014, 08:22:31 PM
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Why does the deamon state "You are now synchronized with the network." when the following messages show I am 16 days behind?

I am using v0.8.8.4 on Windoze.
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October 16, 2014, 08:38:12 PM
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Why does the deamon state "You are now synchronized with the network." when the following messages show I am 16 days behind?

I am using v0.8.8.4 on Windoze.
Peers are sending you false information. There is probably no problem unless you aren't at the blockchain height that the pools show.

Or you could really be 16 days behind and you are receiving false information telling you that you are synchronized.

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October 16, 2014, 08:48:18 PM
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Why does the deamon state "You are now synchronized with the network." when the following messages show I am 16 days behind?

I am using v0.8.8.4 on Windoze.
Peers are sending you false information. There is probably no problem unless you aren't at the blockchain height that the pools show.

Or you could really be 16 days behind and you are receiving false information telling you that you are synchronized.

I am definitely behind. I always thought it was weird that the daemon tells me all is well when I am still catching up.
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October 16, 2014, 08:49:48 PM
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Whats the best way to create a wallet with no internet connection a windows computer? preferably with an unofficial GUI
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October 16, 2014, 08:51:57 PM
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Thank you. I have no idea how to find a reputable member to withdrawal my XMR for me.

With that in mind, I will advice that you don't take anyone's offer to hold your coins for you! You mentioned you're not a noob, so I trust that you'll easily distinguish an honest helper on IRC from someone trying to rip you off. It should not be too complicated to get your wallet setup & running.

I made him the offer to transfer the coins for him in like several batches, no worry to loose coins that way. He's panicking, and not listening in. In about a year from this the world will have another linux expert that can install anything.
Today, has at least one more person willing to learn Unix, so this is actually a good day.


My apologies. I was caught up getting help setting up a wallet which I was finally able to do. I would have taken you up otherwise, although the withdrawal on mintpal is only set up to withdrawal all or nothing. Regardless, XMR is one of the coins mintpal lists as having "issues" so withdrawals are also delayed. Yes, I was in a bit of a panic.

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October 17, 2014, 01:32:56 AM
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Someone did you withdrawal your XMP / Monero / and how?
There is no button to confirm the withdrawal! There is only Save Changes!
Thanks!

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October 17, 2014, 03:47:00 AM
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still mintpal won let get back XMR from them

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October 17, 2014, 04:48:14 AM
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still mintpal won let get back XMR from them

I haven't gotten any new updates or deposits into my requested address either.  I want to send mine into Poloniex, so I put my Withdrawal address and my Payment ID in the USER NOTES box.

Keeping my fingers crossed that they get that information and send it correctly.   Roll Eyes
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October 17, 2014, 07:04:59 AM
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still mintpal won let get back XMR from them

I haven't gotten any new updates or deposits into my requested address either.  I want to send mine into Poloniex, so I put my Withdrawal address and my Payment ID in the USER NOTES box.

Keeping my fingers crossed that they get that information and send it correctly.   Roll Eyes

I was going to post this question, the Payment ID is KEY, but you should probably put the withdrawal address in the withdrawal address field and the Payment ID under User Notes?
Anyone?

Thanks,
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October 17, 2014, 07:09:30 AM
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I told you Mintpal staff was dumping the stolen coins from users !
Moolah just got arrested.

http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/2jeu1s/dcrypt_fund_on_twitter_just_got_the_confirmation/

https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/dogecoin-leaders-present-evidence-ceo-troubled-bitcoin-exchange-moolah-long-time-scammer/

EDIT : Oh it's already been posted. Sorry I just woke up.
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October 17, 2014, 07:56:10 AM
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Moolah just got arrested.

Aaarghgrrr! Another cryptojailbird.

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The two are accusing “Alex Green” of, in fact, being a pseudonym. The CEO may not be who he says he is, and the two compiled evidence to make their case. This evidence included pictures of a Ryan Gentle, other pseudonyms such as Ryan Kennedy, along with other scams this person has committed in the past all cross-referenced with pictures of “Alex Green” and a photo ID of the perpetrator.

At a time like this, I would have liked to see some reputated members stepping up, offering escrow/transport services for funds. Wasn't there some economy focused working group? Since this:

My apologies. I was caught up getting help setting up a wallet which I was finally able to do. I would have taken you up otherwise, although the withdrawal on mintpal is only set up to withdrawal all or nothing. Regardless, XMR is one of the coins mintpal lists as having "issues" so withdrawals are also delayed. Yes, I was in a bit of a panic.

... has blown my idea of trusty partial transfers, like 15% of the coins in transfer at all times, out of the waters. Which would have been the way enabling the community to help themselfes. Now reading it's all been setup by a pro-scammer, this figures just nicely.
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October 17, 2014, 08:13:56 AM
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still mintpal won let get back XMR from them

I haven't gotten any new updates or deposits into my requested address either.  I want to send mine into Poloniex, so I put my Withdrawal address and my Payment ID in the USER NOTES box.

Keeping my fingers crossed that they get that information and send it correctly.   Roll Eyes

I was going to post this question, the Payment ID is KEY, but you should probably put the withdrawal address in the withdrawal address field and the Payment ID under User Notes?
Anyone?

Thanks,
IAS



I ended up creating a personal wallet address. You don't need a payment ID to send that way.

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October 17, 2014, 09:02:13 AM
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[...]
At a time like this, I would have liked to see some reputated members stepping up, offering escrow/transport services for funds. Wasn't there some economy focused working group?
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Fair point. I offer to help out anyone who's in need of a transport service, if this is still of any use. I can be reached by PM here, or by the same IRC handle on Freenode #monero. Any fees from providing this service will go straight to the development fund.

As with any such cases, please do your own research, do not trust a random individual on the 'interwebs', and act accordingly!

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October 17, 2014, 09:32:58 AM
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still mintpal won let get back XMR from them

I haven't gotten any new updates or deposits into my requested address either.  I want to send mine into Poloniex, so I put my Withdrawal address and my Payment ID in the USER NOTES box.

Keeping my fingers crossed that they get that information and send it correctly.   Roll Eyes

I was going to post this question, the Payment ID is KEY, but you should probably put the withdrawal address in the withdrawal address field and the Payment ID under User Notes?
Anyone?

Thanks,
IAS



I ended up creating a personal wallet address. You don't need a payment ID to send that way.


Which wallet do you use /0.8.8.4/ or ....? Only personal address you typed in without ID key? Do you arrived coins?
Thanks!

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October 17, 2014, 10:13:05 AM
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still mintpal won let get back XMR from them

I haven't gotten any new updates or deposits into my requested address either.  I want to send mine into Poloniex, so I put my Withdrawal address and my Payment ID in the USER NOTES box.

Keeping my fingers crossed that they get that information and send it correctly.   Roll Eyes

I was going to post this question, the Payment ID is KEY, but you should probably put the withdrawal address in the withdrawal address field and the Payment ID under User Notes?
Anyone?

Thanks,
IAS



I ended up creating a personal wallet address. You don't need a payment ID to send that way.

I can't get the wallet to install from source on my MAC and I don't like running it otherwise.
So, I need to give Mintpal my Poloniex address with Payment ID...
But thanks for the suggestion.

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