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November 07, 2018, 10:49:21 AM
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What happened on wex.nz?

Wex.nz is formerly btc-e which was raided by US stazi and many bitcoins were stolen.

They re-opened as wex.nz with the promise that they would get everyone their coins over time. They created a token in place of your actual coins so that you could trade those with the promise that within 2 years (1 year from now) they would reimburse 100% of the coins tokens held.

Since they didn't have many of the actual coins they shut off withdrawals. But they allowed you to withdraw a few coins. One being namecoin. People with money on wex who want to get it off bought NMC so they could take it off the exchange and then sell it elsewhere.

This lead to a huge rise in price on wex of NMC and a huge crash in price everywhere else.

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November 10, 2018, 01:40:19 AM
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What happened on wex.nz?

Wex.nz is formerly btc-e which was raided by US stazi and many bitcoins were stolen.

They re-opened as wex.nz with the promise that they would get everyone their coins over time. They created a token in place of your actual coins so that you could trade those with the promise that within 2 years (1 year from now) they would reimburse 100% of the coins tokens held.

Since they didn't have many of the actual coins they shut off withdrawals. But they allowed you to withdraw a few coins. One being namecoin. People with money on wex who want to get it off bought NMC so they could take it off the exchange and then sell it elsewhere.

This lead to a huge rise in price on wex of NMC and a huge crash in price everywhere else.

People withdraw the coins with high price. How they can take a profit? or hold for a long time. Huh
wex may become a scam !!
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November 10, 2018, 09:56:09 AM
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What happened on wex.nz?

Wex.nz is formerly btc-e which was raided by US stazi and many bitcoins were stolen.

They re-opened as wex.nz with the promise that they would get everyone their coins over time. They created a token in place of your actual coins so that you could trade those with the promise that within 2 years (1 year from now) they would reimburse 100% of the coins tokens held.

Since they didn't have many of the actual coins they shut off withdrawals. But they allowed you to withdraw a few coins. One being namecoin. People with money on wex who want to get it off bought NMC so they could take it off the exchange and then sell it elsewhere.

This lead to a huge rise in price on wex of NMC and a huge crash in price everywhere else.

People withdraw the coins with high price. How they can take a profit? or hold for a long time. Huh
wex may become a scam !!

They choose to lose 80% instead of 100%. Its not about making profit. Its the only way to avoid losing everything.

Only way to get money out of wex.

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November 12, 2018, 11:23:26 PM
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When moon..when lambo?
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November 15, 2018, 09:02:33 AM
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When moon..when lambo?

The full moon of November will occur on Friday, Nov. 23, at 12:39 a.m. EDT (0539 GMT), but will appear full the night before and after its peak to the casual stargazer. You're welcome  sir  Wink


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November 15, 2018, 01:56:01 PM
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When moon..when lambo?

The full moon of November will occur on Friday, Nov. 23, at 12:39 a.m. EDT (0539 GMT), but will appear full the night before and after its peak to the casual stargazer. You're welcome  sir  Wink



Thank you Cool4y 1 merit given for such an informative post but shouldn't you be over on the NVO thread sorting that mess out?Did you know they are still selling those shit tokens on counterparty to unsuspecting buyers?
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November 15, 2018, 05:37:44 PM
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When moon..when lambo?

The full moon of November will occur on Friday, Nov. 23, at 12:39 a.m. EDT (0539 GMT), but will appear full the night before and after its peak to the casual stargazer. You're welcome  sir  Wink



Thank you Cool4y 1 merit given for such an informative post but shouldn't you be over on the NVO thread sorting that mess out?Did you know they are still selling those shit tokens on counterparty to unsuspecting buyers?

Thanks buddy, appreciate it. Yep, i'm done dealing with them, my agenda was to be a whistle blower before they exit scammed. I could care less, it seems there are still people who have hope on their story. Regarding the tokens, I was not aware they are still traded, that's crazy lol.

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Today at 06:20:47 AM
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I was on legacy version (0.3.8 )

here the tx id 3557f48b0e7611fd4049af8d547c0bd90a3e98017f9340939215ba28d121ae1e

There were some changes (related to transaction signatures) that may lead to transactions created by the old version to be seen as non-standard and not relayed/mined by new versions.  Presumably that's the case here.

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second that, several old version wallets seem to have this issue (NMC and OZC for sure),
some tx'es at random being ignored by the network
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