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October 05, 2012, 09:07:30 AM
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For those worried about their bitcoin, please calm yourselves there has been no hack and your coins are safe and all accounted for.

I apologize for the lack of notice and the downtime, but there isn't much choice. We will update our users on Saturday.

So why is Nefario not making this announcement himself?

Very unprofessional how this was handled.



I think he did make that announcement himself. That text was directly copy/pasted from the GLBSE site, which is maintained by Nefario. But I agree a second announcement on the forum should have made as well. Now all we can do is wait for Saturday.

Which Saturday?

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October 05, 2012, 12:14:42 PM
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GLBSE is offline

For those worried about their bitcoin, please calm yourselves there has been no hack and your coins are safe and all accounted for.

I apologize for the lack of notice and the downtime, but there isn't much choice. We will update our users on Saturday.

So why is Nefario not making this announcement himself?

Very unprofessional how this was handled.



I think he did make that announcement himself. That text was directly copy/pasted from the GLBSE site, which is maintained by Nefario. But I agree a second announcement on the forum should have made as well. Now all we can do is wait for Saturday.

Which Saturday?

Just some Saturday. Isn't obvious?  Grin
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