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August 08, 2017, 05:35:43 AM
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No you assume it's dead but have no idea what's going on and frankly I don't see why anyone would share any news with you?
Your coins are stuck in cryptopia (I'm sorry they are and you couldn't liquidate) but we all know if you don't own the private keys you don't own the coins.
MOVE ON and i'll PM you if anything happens with cryptopia.

Oh, I know what's going on:

  • Prypto will "shortly" be releasing its services (after having failed to sell any service previously)
  • Casinocoin was taken over by a "new" team (read: the same losers who failed to produce anything at Prypto)
  • At some point in the next few months, said new team will make an announcement, consisting of the announcement of future announcements
  • This will be followed by further announcements of future events, none of which will ever actually happen

In the world of Prypto, "news" consists of aspirations, dreams and ideas.  I have no doubt that these are plentiful. As they say, ideas are a dime a dozen. Sadly the same cannot be said of CSC, as 12 of them are not even worth a dime.

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August 08, 2017, 02:23:20 PM
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No you assume it's dead but have no idea what's going on and frankly I don't see why anyone would share any news with you?
Your coins are stuck in cryptopia (I'm sorry they are and you couldn't liquidate) but we all know if you don't own the private keys you don't own the coins.
MOVE ON and i'll PM you if anything happens with cryptopia.

Oh, I know what's going on:

  • Prypto will "shortly" be releasing its services (after having failed to sell any service previously)
  • Casinocoin was taken over by a "new" team (read: the same losers who failed to produce anything at Prypto)
  • At some point in the next few months, said new team will make an announcement, consisting of the announcement of future announcements
  • This will be followed by further announcements of future events, none of which will ever actually happen

In the world of Prypto, "news" consists of aspirations, dreams and ideas.  I have no doubt that these are plentiful. As they say, ideas are a dime a dozen. Sadly the same cannot be said of CSC, as 12 of them are not even worth a dime.


You mention Prypto several times, Prypto has no affiliation with CasinoCoin besides providing a service which unfortunately for them didn't take off.
If you see absolutely no value in CasinoCoin then stop posting FUD... your point has been made and the thread is not moderated by me so your comments won't be going anywhere.

Please DO NOT Solicite Services to my PM Unless they are to support Casinocoin.
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August 14, 2017, 02:55:39 AM
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I saw this thread after we were playing around with some pools earlier online. It was interesting and I wanted to add one more Point although at your guide is perfect. We were using one of the old tools it's pretty complicated hard to get along with, if you set it up by default it switches going to automatically to the most profitable.

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August 19, 2017, 01:10:53 AM
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I wrote a ticket to Cryptopia asking for my stucked CSC in there and their response is that coin's team has the responsability of keeping the network secure, which I guess it is true.

So I wonder if I can get a refund of my CSC tokens stucked in Cryptopia from the coin's team, as they should have secure the network to avoid a 51% atack.

This is the message from Cryptopia:


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Hi xxx,

Thanks for contacting Cryptopia.

CSC among some of our other coins, has recently been the target of an ongoing series of 51% attacks that are hitting the networks without a substantial amount of hash behind them. If you’re not familiar with how a 51% attack works, rogue nodes commit blocks to the chain and then roll back the chain, invalidating what was already confirmed.

Unfortunately due this attack the majority of CSC coins were lost. This is the reason it is being delisted, and we opened the wallet for users to withdraw what was left in the wallet. The wallet is now empty so regrettably there are no more coins for users to withdraw.

As it is the Coin's team who are responsible for ensuring their network is secure, any further Complaints and support requests should be directed towards the CSC team. You may be able to contact them via their launch forum here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=616792.0

I'm really sorry to be the bearer of bad news for you !

Kind regards,


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August 19, 2017, 06:06:12 AM
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I wrote a ticket to Cryptopia asking for my stucked CSC in there and their response is that coin's team has the responsability of keeping the network secure, which I guess it is true.

So I wonder if I can get a refund of my CSC tokens stucked in Cryptopia from the coin's team, as they should have secure the network to avoid a 51% atack.

This is the message from Cryptopia:


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Hi xxx,

Thanks for contacting Cryptopia.

CSC among some of our other coins, has recently been the target of an ongoing series of 51% attacks that are hitting the networks without a substantial amount of hash behind them. If you’re not familiar with how a 51% attack works, rogue nodes commit blocks to the chain and then roll back the chain, invalidating what was already confirmed.

Unfortunately due this attack the majority of CSC coins were lost. This is the reason it is being delisted, and we opened the wallet for users to withdraw what was left in the wallet. The wallet is now empty so regrettably there are no more coins for users to withdraw.

As it is the Coin's team who are responsible for ensuring their network is secure, any further Complaints and support requests should be directed towards the CSC team. You may be able to contact them via their launch forum here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=616792.0

I'm really sorry to be the bearer of bad news for you !

Kind regards,


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Have you looked at the csc blockchain? It does not show a 51% attack...

Furthermore, it does show that someone was spamming the blockchain with transactions of coins that did not exist. cryptopia's in house code finally accepted the transaction. The blockchain did not accept the transaction however.

To be honest though, they cant even get a story straight. In that letter, if real, says they didn't have coins to give to people, saying that somehow they are gone.... Which makes no sense when you look at their trading history and whatever else there is to back up that claim. I'm very confused about what they are actually trying to say happened. At least in the letters you guys are posting, if real.




Can someone try and explain this statement to me? "Unfortunately due this attack the majority of CSC coins were lost"
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