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October 03, 2014, 01:03:25 PM
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So when the trading will start and is it safe?
The trading can start I guess, the pages are there.

I just created a new account on CCEDK, from inside the login account you specify the amount you will be depositing, and from which address. If all goes well, the amount is credited to your personal trading area account and trading can start! Cheesy
And you are asked to deposit to FIM-Z38B-MAXH-ZHXC-DWXYX address, right?
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October 03, 2014, 01:07:55 PM
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And you are asked to deposit to FIM-Z38B-MAXH-ZHXC-DWXYX address, right?
Yes, but explain what is so unsafe, watching the address and making claims afterwards?
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October 03, 2014, 01:12:56 PM
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And you are asked to deposit to FIM-Z38B-MAXH-ZHXC-DWXYX address, right?
Yes, but explain what is so unsafe, watching the address and making claims afterwards?
Yes. I'm just watching http://80.240.143.139/accounts/FIM-Z38B-MAXH-ZHXC-DWXYX,
and now I can create 2 `deposit request' in my CCEDK account. Saying I've sent 30000 from FIM-SCB8-LEPH-WWFH-9K7GR and 60000 from FIM-GDV7-V46L-TGCA-CAEA2.
To whose account money will be actually deposited? To original senders or to me?
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October 03, 2014, 01:22:17 PM
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And you are asked to deposit to FIM-Z38B-MAXH-ZHXC-DWXYX address, right?
Yes, but explain what is so unsafe, watching the address and making claims afterwards?
Yes. I'm just watching http://80.240.143.139/accounts/FIM-Z38B-MAXH-ZHXC-DWXYX,
and now I can create 2 `deposit request' in my CCEDK account. Saying I've sent 30000 from FIM-SCB8-LEPH-WWFH-9K7GR and 60000 from FIM-GDV7-V46L-TGCA-CAEA2.
To whose account money will be actually deposited? To original senders or to me?

That would be a good test case, first money appears on the account, and later they get a claim from B, while normally there is a claim from A already (which was made before the deposit...) interesting, maybe ask the CCEDK helpdesk?, or just make the case by demonstrating the case?
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October 03, 2014, 01:23:37 PM
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In the mean time SELL orders are filling up... start trading! Tongue
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October 03, 2014, 01:28:35 PM
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And you are asked to deposit to FIM-Z38B-MAXH-ZHXC-DWXYX address, right?
Yes, but explain what is so unsafe, watching the address and making claims afterwards?
Yes. I'm just watching http://80.240.143.139/accounts/FIM-Z38B-MAXH-ZHXC-DWXYX,
and now I can create 2 `deposit request' in my CCEDK account. Saying I've sent 30000 from FIM-SCB8-LEPH-WWFH-9K7GR and 60000 from FIM-GDV7-V46L-TGCA-CAEA2.
To whose account money will be actually deposited? To original senders or to me?

That would be a good test case, first money appears on the account, and later they get a claim from B, while normally there is a claim from A already (which was made before the deposit...) interesting, maybe ask the CCEDK helpdesk?, or just make the case by demonstrating the case?
Or you made NXT transfer first, minute later you filled the form. But someone already saw the transaction in the blockchain and filled the form before you.
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October 03, 2014, 01:30:11 PM
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In the mean time SELL orders are filling up... start trading! Tongue
With the 'missing' zero in front of 45 Smiley
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October 03, 2014, 01:41:32 PM
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In the mean time SELL orders are filling up... start trading! Tongue
With the 'missing' zero in front of 45 Smiley

Yes, one more should be removed! A new price point will have to be found anyway.. Roll Eyes
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October 03, 2014, 02:05:26 PM
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And you are asked to deposit to FIM-Z38B-MAXH-ZHXC-DWXYX address, right?
Yes, but explain what is so unsafe, watching the address and making claims afterwards?
Yes. I'm just watching http://80.240.143.139/accounts/FIM-Z38B-MAXH-ZHXC-DWXYX,
and now I can create 2 `deposit request' in my CCEDK account. Saying I've sent 30000 from FIM-SCB8-LEPH-WWFH-9K7GR and 60000 from FIM-GDV7-V46L-TGCA-CAEA2.
To whose account money will be actually deposited? To original senders or to me?

Seriously? They don't request a token signed by that account with the deposit request message?
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October 03, 2014, 02:11:07 PM
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And you are asked to deposit to FIM-Z38B-MAXH-ZHXC-DWXYX address, right?
Yes, but explain what is so unsafe, watching the address and making claims afterwards?
Yes. I'm just watching http://80.240.143.139/accounts/FIM-Z38B-MAXH-ZHXC-DWXYX,
and now I can create 2 `deposit request' in my CCEDK account. Saying I've sent 30000 from FIM-SCB8-LEPH-WWFH-9K7GR and 60000 from FIM-GDV7-V46L-TGCA-CAEA2.
To whose account money will be actually deposited? To original senders or to me?

Seriously? They don't request a token signed by that account with the deposit request message?

Nope.
More than that it is the same procedure for most of the coins there. And many of them (I guess) don't even have a possibility of generating a token.
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October 03, 2014, 02:17:29 PM
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And you are asked to deposit to FIM-Z38B-MAXH-ZHXC-DWXYX address, right?
Yes, but explain what is so unsafe, watching the address and making claims afterwards?
Yes. I'm just watching http://80.240.143.139/accounts/FIM-Z38B-MAXH-ZHXC-DWXYX,
and now I can create 2 `deposit request' in my CCEDK account. Saying I've sent 30000 from FIM-SCB8-LEPH-WWFH-9K7GR and 60000 from FIM-GDV7-V46L-TGCA-CAEA2.
To whose account money will be actually deposited? To original senders or to me?

Seriously? They don't request a token signed by that account with the deposit request message?

Nope.
More than that it is the same procedure for most of the coins there. And many of them (I guess) don't even have a possibility of generating a token.

What coin doesn't allow you to sign a message with a PK to prove ownership? All those I currently hold do.
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October 03, 2014, 02:27:07 PM
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Seriously? They don't request a token signed by that account with the deposit request message?

Maybe a ticket can be opened to request the security feature being added...
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October 03, 2014, 02:46:03 PM
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And you are asked to deposit to FIM-Z38B-MAXH-ZHXC-DWXYX address, right?
Yes, but explain what is so unsafe, watching the address and making claims afterwards?
Yes. I'm just watching http://80.240.143.139/accounts/FIM-Z38B-MAXH-ZHXC-DWXYX,
and now I can create 2 `deposit request' in my CCEDK account. Saying I've sent 30000 from FIM-SCB8-LEPH-WWFH-9K7GR and 60000 from FIM-GDV7-V46L-TGCA-CAEA2.
To whose account money will be actually deposited? To original senders or to me?

Seriously? They don't request a token signed by that account with the deposit request message?

Nope.
More than that it is the same procedure for most of the coins there. And many of them (I guess) don't even have a possibility of generating a token.

What coin doesn't allow you to sign a message with a PK to prove ownership? All those I currently hold do.

I have only NXT and FIM wallets so I can't say for sure for BC, RDD, NUBITS and others which are on CCEDK now.
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October 03, 2014, 02:51:27 PM
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Seriously? They don't request a token signed by that account with the deposit request message?

Maybe a ticket can be opened to request the security feature being added...
It could be. But for me it's like the sign that the one who is responsible for technology processes in CCEDK exchange doesn't have the understanding how crypto-currencies works.
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October 03, 2014, 02:53:11 PM
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Seriously? They don't request a token signed by that account with the deposit request message?

Maybe a ticket can be opened to request the security feature being added...
It could be. But for me it's like the sign that the one who is responsible for technology processes in CCEDK exchange doesn't have the understanding how crypto-currencies works.

Yes, it is worrying especially with a tagline of: Your place for safe and secure crypto currency exchange.

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October 04, 2014, 08:28:53 AM
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And you are asked to deposit to FIM-Z38B-MAXH-ZHXC-DWXYX address, right?
Yes, but explain what is so unsafe, watching the address and making claims afterwards?
Yes. I'm just watching http://80.240.143.139/accounts/FIM-Z38B-MAXH-ZHXC-DWXYX,
and now I can create 2 `deposit request' in my CCEDK account. Saying I've sent 30000 from FIM-SCB8-LEPH-WWFH-9K7GR and 60000 from FIM-GDV7-V46L-TGCA-CAEA2.
To whose account money will be actually deposited? To original senders or to me?

That would be a good test case, first money appears on the account, and later they get a claim from B, while normally there is a claim from A already (which was made before the deposit...) interesting, maybe ask the CCEDK helpdesk?, or just make the case by demonstrating the case?

Yes, It would be helpful if a test case could be made to demonstrate this point, otherwise please stop.

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October 04, 2014, 08:33:43 AM
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Seriously? They don't request a token signed by that account with the deposit request message?

Maybe a ticket can be opened to request the security feature being added...
It could be. But for me it's like the sign that the one who is responsible for technology processes in CCEDK exchange doesn't have the understanding how crypto-currencies works.

Yes, it is worrying especially with a tagline of: Your place for safe and secure crypto currency exchange.



We do believe we are safe and secure as crypto currency exchange, and it partly evolves in not sharing too much security based issues in forum.

Thanks and welcome to CCEDK

CCEDK

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October 04, 2014, 11:02:11 AM
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We do believe we are safe and secure as crypto currency exchange, and it partly evolves in not sharing too much security based issues in forum.
There are many risks in cryptocurrencies now, and exchanges built without appropriate skills - are the big source of them. I hope I warned people.
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October 05, 2014, 11:19:18 AM
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We do believe we are safe and secure as crypto currency exchange, and it partly evolves in not sharing too much security based issues in forum.
There are many risks in cryptocurrencies now, and exchanges built without appropriate skills - are the big source of them. I hope I warned people.

I guess the biggest risk is people trying to make an exchange look bad based on wrong knowledge, thinking I know best model, little insight on what's going on in that specific exchange, and perhaps even some ties to any other exchange which might loose on any future activities on CCEDK.

I expect to see in future month whether you will be supporting somebody making the news of himself trying to say he knows best, or if you will be supporting an exchange placed in Denmark, part of EU with the necessary means to offer you the possibility of trading in 4 Fiat pairs EUR, USD, DKK, RUR as well as 3 crypto based pairs BTC, NXT, BTSX.

We are here to offer FimK options, not problems!

We are an exchange, with no problems in adding the crypto currencies we consider interesting to support. We are also an exchange who has no problems removing the crypto currency if there is no support from the community.

We believe in progress, and we believe in solid arguments forwarded to our support team if it is meant to be for the good of everyone. And we will in this way react accordigly.

If posting accusations and ideas not supported simply to make some noise and negative impact we cannot accept this as somebody believing in making progress, and I would therefore like to emphazise that we are at no circumstances looking to further discuss or reveal any matters concerning our security with someone, who has not even the decency to contact us directly, but only wants to spread slander and own speculations on the forums.

I would like to finalize by saying, FimK members are all welcome to CCEDK exchange, You have been given this possibility to trade on CCEDK, it will be up to you to decide whether we are secure or not, whether you need to believe in someone who has no access to inside information on our exchange, or in CCEDK staff all trying to service you the best way possible. I have no problem taking FimK off the exchange as well, if the community feels more secure this way!


Yours Sincerely,

Ronny Boesing

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DK-9492 Blokhus

Phone office: +45 36 98 11 50

Web: www.ccedk.com
Mail: ronny@ccedk.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCEDK_
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CCEDK

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October 05, 2014, 02:26:07 PM
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If posting accusations and ideas not supported simply to make some noise and negative impact we cannot accept this as somebody believing in making progress, and I would therefore like to emphazise that we are at no circumstances looking to further discuss or reveal any matters concerning our security with someone, who has not even the decency to contact us directly, but only wants to spread slander and own speculations on the forums.
It's a lie, first thing I did - I messaged him in private on bitcointalk.org regarding his deposit procedure.
Next thing I did - I asked a question about the safeness of this procedure on nxtforum.org

I would like to finalize by saying, FimK members are all welcome to CCEDK exchange, You have been given this possibility to trade on CCEDK, it will be up to you to decide whether we are secure or not, whether you need to believe in someone who has no access to inside information on our exchange, or in CCEDK staff all trying to service you the best way possible. I have no problem taking FimK off the exchange as well, if the community feels more secure this way!
Allusions to 'inside information' are just words. Visible vulnerabilities - are visible for everyone.
I have accounts on like 10 exchanges. CCEDK is the only one which uses one address for deposits and not performing any token checking.
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