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February 01, 2016, 03:31:27 PM
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It seems the wallet is online again since i received word that someone was able to withdraw.

I noticed the news page on the home pages mentions that kumala is aware of the email problem and that it's the fault of a third party software. He claimed he wants to replace it but the news is from august. Might even be august 2014 since cryptostocks does not show any years on any page. Roll Eyes Guess accounting would be hard to prove if bitcoin projects wouldn't die so fast that you can be sure that some dates are from a certain year. Roll Eyes

Guess cryptostocks only was rising because no alternatives were there back in the time.

Confirmed, I was able to withdraw some BTC. So the only questions which remains is can cryptostocks still be trusted or do we need another, better, safer, more reliable solution!???
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February 01, 2016, 04:03:05 PM
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I dont suppose anyone could ask they change this requirement
>> BTC: Minimum withdrawal is 0.02

I should be glad I havent much to lose, but overall I havent much ! to begin with :0

Its ok, most of the money was tied in the main stock crytpsy so its not much of dilemena at present just an unfortunate loss Sad   I did sell some ages ago to cover this scenario so I hope did everyone else

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February 02, 2016, 05:40:52 AM
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It seems the wallet is online again since i received word that someone was able to withdraw.

I noticed the news page on the home pages mentions that kumala is aware of the email problem and that it's the fault of a third party software. He claimed he wants to replace it but the news is from august. Might even be august 2014 since cryptostocks does not show any years on any page. Roll Eyes Guess accounting would be hard to prove if bitcoin projects wouldn't die so fast that you can be sure that some dates are from a certain year. Roll Eyes

Guess cryptostocks only was rising because no alternatives were there back in the time.

Confirmed, I was able to withdraw some BTC. So the only questions which remains is can cryptostocks still be trusted or do we need another, better, safer, more reliable solution!???

We try to push our issuer to move to counterparty (xcp). It is a great, intuitive and very easy to handle way to handle shares. If i would have known about that before i would have suggested it before.

You can bind shares to normal bitcoin addresses, can trade the shares and receive dividends. Pretty easy. Smiley So i can suggest checking it out.

Here are some good tutorials. The videos are mostly gone but the picture tutorials are great: http://foldingcoin.net/resources/video-tutorials/counterparty-guides/
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February 02, 2016, 07:38:00 AM
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sebastian why not use NXT asset exchange? its fully decentralized and working for a long time now with a lot of volume. and its easy for your shareholders to use it

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February 02, 2016, 09:08:58 AM
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sebastian why not use NXT asset exchange? its fully decentralized and working for a long time now with a lot of volume. and its easy for your shareholders to use it

Actually we tried that first. But it is very complicated, has a learning curve. Then the problem was that the issuer would have to pay in nxt and solutions to pay in bitcoin did not match well.

Counterparty is very easy to handle so that i have high hopes that it will work fast there.
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February 02, 2016, 10:49:26 AM
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It seems the wallet is online again since i received word that someone was able to withdraw.

I noticed the news page on the home pages mentions that kumala is aware of the email problem and that it's the fault of a third party software. He claimed he wants to replace it but the news is from august. Might even be august 2014 since cryptostocks does not show any years on any page. Roll Eyes Guess accounting would be hard to prove if bitcoin projects wouldn't die so fast that you can be sure that some dates are from a certain year. Roll Eyes

Guess cryptostocks only was rising because no alternatives were there back in the time.

Confirmed, I was able to withdraw some BTC. So the only questions which remains is can cryptostocks still be trusted or do we need another, better, safer, more reliable solution!???

We try to push our issuer to move to counterparty (xcp). It is a great, intuitive and very easy to handle way to handle shares. If i would have known about that before i would have suggested it before.

You can bind shares to normal bitcoin addresses, can trade the shares and receive dividends. Pretty easy. Smiley So i can suggest checking it out.

Here are some good tutorials. The videos are mostly gone but the picture tutorials are great: http://foldingcoin.net/resources/video-tutorials/counterparty-guides/

Woow ... wall of text  Grin .. but looks very promising. Thank you for the tip.

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February 17, 2016, 10:20:05 PM
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It seems the wallet is online again since i received word that someone was able to withdraw.

I noticed the news page on the home pages mentions that kumala is aware of the email problem and that it's the fault of a third party software. He claimed he wants to replace it but the news is from august. Might even be august 2014 since cryptostocks does not show any years on any page. Roll Eyes Guess accounting would be hard to prove if bitcoin projects wouldn't die so fast that you can be sure that some dates are from a certain year. Roll Eyes

Guess cryptostocks only was rising because no alternatives were there back in the time.

Confirmed, I was able to withdraw some BTC. So the only questions which remains is can cryptostocks still be trusted or do we need another, better, safer, more reliable solution!???

I've been trying for months to withdraw my BTC... I can catch the wallet when it is online, but never get the verification email, so my request just hangs there. I did get email from cryptostocks when I signed up of course... I tend to agree with the scam warnings. My emails on this issue have gone unanswered
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February 17, 2016, 11:36:23 PM
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It seems the wallet is online again since i received word that someone was able to withdraw.

I noticed the news page on the home pages mentions that kumala is aware of the email problem and that it's the fault of a third party software. He claimed he wants to replace it but the news is from august. Might even be august 2014 since cryptostocks does not show any years on any page. Roll Eyes Guess accounting would be hard to prove if bitcoin projects wouldn't die so fast that you can be sure that some dates are from a certain year. Roll Eyes

Guess cryptostocks only was rising because no alternatives were there back in the time.

Confirmed, I was able to withdraw some BTC. So the only questions which remains is can cryptostocks still be trusted or do we need another, better, safer, more reliable solution!???

I've been trying for months to withdraw my BTC... I can catch the wallet when it is online, but never get the verification email, so my request just hangs there. I did get email from cryptostocks when I signed up of course... I tend to agree with the scam warnings. My emails on this issue have gone unanswered

I have tried several times to withdraw BTC, Status: "Confirmation request sent", but email not received, and no response from "customerservice" .......

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February 18, 2016, 05:56:15 PM
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It seems the wallet is online again since i received word that someone was able to withdraw.

I noticed the news page on the home pages mentions that kumala is aware of the email problem and that it's the fault of a third party software. He claimed he wants to replace it but the news is from august. Might even be august 2014 since cryptostocks does not show any years on any page. Roll Eyes Guess accounting would be hard to prove if bitcoin projects wouldn't die so fast that you can be sure that some dates are from a certain year. Roll Eyes

Guess cryptostocks only was rising because no alternatives were there back in the time.

Confirmed, I was able to withdraw some BTC. So the only questions which remains is can cryptostocks still be trusted or do we need another, better, safer, more reliable solution!???

I've been trying for months to withdraw my BTC... I can catch the wallet when it is online, but never get the verification email, so my request just hangs there. I did get email from cryptostocks when I signed up of course... I tend to agree with the scam warnings. My emails on this issue have gone unanswered

I have tried several times to withdraw BTC, Status: "Confirmation request sent", but email not received, and no response from "customerservice" .......


I withdrew BTC without a problem. But I turned of all the security mambo-jambo beforehand ... so no verification email was necessary.

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February 18, 2016, 10:05:49 PM
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In current situation can't uncheck withdrawals email confirmations because: "Email send to confirm deactivation of email confirmations" and of course no email .....
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February 20, 2016, 08:01:58 PM
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In current situation can't uncheck withdrawals email confirmations because: "Email send to confirm deactivation of email confirmations" and of course no email .....

That is extremely unfortunate. Is it possible to transfer balance within cryptostocks so no email is required.
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February 27, 2016, 09:28:59 AM
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March 02, 2016, 02:18:49 AM
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I wonder what kumala is working on. It seems cryptostocks is not his priority, obviously profits from there will be low and unlikely to rise again when he put works in it. Vircurex did not answer me either, so he might have a new project he puts his time into or he left bitcoin.

Edit: Kumala, there is a problem with your daily update or something like that. If a security is set on Trade Stop then your update removes that setting and it is live for trading again.
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March 03, 2016, 01:49:33 PM
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The biggest problem is that the withdrawal verification emails haven't been working for over a year. (gmail)

Our BTC is stuck at cryptostocks.

Please fix this asap.
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March 03, 2016, 04:04:12 PM
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it would be interesting to know his new name...

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March 08, 2016, 11:43:46 AM
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It seems kumala has read and fixed that the trade stop is being sat back every day. So it might be that kumala did not abandon his projects totally and that he reads on here. At least the security that should sit on trade stop remains in this state now.



I once asked in the forum is someone knows kumala personally but no one said a word. He surely can't be anonymous to everyone but it seems he is pretty good anonymous for now.

At least he did not run with the funds or so. He had the chance some times. Probably he is known by some, they only don't come out yet.
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March 29, 2016, 08:52:06 PM
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Someone still use this site? I cannot withdraw BTC, e-mail confirmation not work, no response from support,..... anyway is a small amount and I will count this as a loss
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April 04, 2016, 09:03:16 AM
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Someone still use this site? I cannot withdraw BTC, e-mail confirmation not work, no response from support,..... anyway is a small amount and I will count this as a loss


Same here. Password recover function works fine and the E-Mail arrives in seconds. Withdrawal confirmation e-mails seem to be disabled to keep the BTC on the site and just rob the users I guess.
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April 17, 2016, 06:24:27 PM
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I forgot I have an account in Cryptostocks.com. This week, I realized that I have 15000 bits there, but cannot withdraw because the minimum amount is 20000 bits.
Is there a way to recover this money?
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April 18, 2016, 08:26:27 AM
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I forgot I have an account in Cryptostocks.com. This week, I realized that I have 15000 bits there, but cannot withdraw because the minimum amount is 20000 bits.
Is there a way to recover this money?
of course not, because the owner is a scammer... gosh, read!

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