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May 14, 2012, 04:55:56 PM
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May 14, 2012, 05:02:08 PM
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Another gambling platform offering even higher leverage than Bitcoinica and described as "Bitcoinica on steroids"? These guys will inevitably go broke, but I am sure many gamblers will embrace it just like the 'coinica.

After all, what could possibly go wrong? Huh

Article shamelessly advertising for them: http://www.thebitcointrader.com/2012/05/meet-kronosio-ringcoins-answer-to.html

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May 14, 2012, 05:09:53 PM
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since bitcoinica is dead plz use this thread to express your love for the bitcoinica replacement http://kronos.io/ that will be open soon(tm)
Sounds like someone is pumping a scam. Why isn't there anything that even says what it is on the site? Has anyone been able to log in and see what it does? What have you done that is different from Bitcoinica in terms of security and transparency?
It's legit. Expect it to launch within a few weeks with features which were meant to compete with Bitcoinica prior to it being shut down. JRO seems to tend to not make any public announcements of his products until there's something to really show. I'm not involved with kronos.io in any way for the sake of disclosure.

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May 14, 2012, 05:34:23 PM
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since bitcoinica is dead plz use this thread to express your love for the bitcoinica replacement http://kronos.io/ that will be open soon(tm)
Sounds like someone is pumping a scam. Why isn't there anything that even says what it is on the site? Has anyone been able to log in and see what it does? What have you done that is different from Bitcoinica in terms of security and transparency?
It's legit. Expect it to launch within a few weeks with features which were meant to compete with Bitcoinica prior to it being shut down. JRO seems to tend to not make any public announcements of his products until there's something to really show. I'm not involved with kronos.io in any way for the sake of disclosure.
OK, if you say so. I still want to know what it does different from Bitcoinica in terms of security and transparency.

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May 14, 2012, 05:36:22 PM
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since bitcoinica is dead plz use this thread to express your love for the bitcoinica replacement http://kronos.io/ that will be open soon(tm)
Sounds like someone is pumping a scam. Why isn't there anything that even says what it is on the site? Has anyone been able to log in and see what it does? What have you done that is different from Bitcoinica in terms of security and transparency?
It's legit. Expect it to launch within a few weeks with features which were meant to compete with Bitcoinica prior to it being shut down. JRO seems to tend to not make any public announcements of his products until there's something to really show. I'm not involved with kronos.io in any way for the sake of disclosure.
OK, if you say so. I still want to know what it does different from Bitcoinica in terms of security and transparency.
The Bitcoins are not held in so called "hot wallets" but on the actual exchange using ZipConf as it's infrastructure, this makes it a lot harder to hack and get access to the assets of Kronos as they are not on a server (except the exchange once).
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May 14, 2012, 05:38:08 PM
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since bitcoinica is dead plz use this thread to express your love for the bitcoinica replacement http://kronos.io/ that will be open soon(tm)
Sounds like someone is pumping a scam. Why isn't there anything that even says what it is on the site? Has anyone been able to log in and see what it does? What have you done that is different from Bitcoinica in terms of security and transparency?
It's legit. Expect it to launch within a few weeks with features which were meant to compete with Bitcoinica prior to it being shut down. JRO seems to tend to not make any public announcements of his products until there's something to really show. I'm not involved with kronos.io in any way for the sake of disclosure.
OK, if you say so. I still want to know what it does different from Bitcoinica in terms of security and transparency.
The Bitcoins are not held in so called "hot wallets" but on the actual exchange using ZipConf as it's infrastructure, this makes it a lot harder to hack and get access to the assets of Kronos as they are not on a server (except the exchange once).
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Not to mention the people running Kronos actually have working experience in trading, finances, etc. and are legal adults Wink

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May 15, 2012, 12:02:08 AM
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I don,t like the name. It is too complicated.

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May 21, 2012, 10:49:15 PM
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I wish there was more info about this.

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May 23, 2012, 11:19:54 PM
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Now the interface changed. Looks like its possible to log in now, but I didnt receive any verification code yet (registered with the old interface). Did anyone manage to login?
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May 24, 2012, 12:34:19 AM
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Now the interface changed. Looks like its possible to log in now, but I didnt receive any verification code yet (registered with the old interface). Did anyone manage to login?

Invite code, anyone?  Smiley
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May 24, 2012, 12:35:19 AM
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Now the interface changed. Looks like its possible to log in now, but I didnt receive any verification code yet (registered with the old interface). Did anyone manage to login?

Invite code, anyone?  Smiley

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