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January 04, 2019, 07:12:01 AM
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January 08, 2019, 07:09:12 AM
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i think it is 100% certain hal is going off cryptopia

next will be pxc

they are simply going full ico shit tokens which then get delisted a few months later

rinse repeat..

best ask if we can get pxc and hal on a cheap deal for novaexchange they are back now it seems and were quite good once


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January 09, 2019, 11:35:53 PM
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Alan Booth is and never was Cryptopia's CEO. Fucking piece of shit tried to take over the company and failed. This asshole left the exchange a mess. He better hope he's never found in the States. I don't give a fuck who reads this. The man's a thief and needs to be behind bars or beat down! Left for the dogs.

The real owners have taken back control of the company now. Being careful not to list coins that are vulnerable to attacks atm. Deal with it!

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January 10, 2019, 12:04:36 AM
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Alan Booth is and never was Cryptopia's CEO. Fucking piece of shit tried to take over the company and failed. This asshole left the exchange a mess. He better hope he's never found in the States. I don't give a fuck who reads this. The man's a thief and needs to be behind bars or beat down! Left for the dogs.

The real owners have taken back control of the company now. Being careful not to list coins that are vulnerable to attacks atm. Deal with it!

Cryptopia delisted a lot of coins which are not vulnerable to attacks.
When Cryptopia started the original owners did promise they will never delist any coin as long as wallet works fine and blockchain is alive.
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January 10, 2019, 02:54:59 AM
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Alan Booth is and never was Cryptopia's CEO. Fucking piece of shit tried to take over the company and failed. This asshole left the exchange a mess. He better hope he's never found in the States. I don't give a fuck who reads this. The man's a thief and needs to be behind bars or beat down! Left for the dogs.

The real owners have taken back control of the company now. Being careful not to list coins that are vulnerable to attacks atm. Deal with it!

Hahaha, good one. You mean careful like with all thoses masternodes coins poorly copy/pasted with absolutely zero development behind them that they are listing nowaday? Coins with Premines, auctionned masternodes and broken blockchain after a couple of weeks (because there is no development or bug fixes) is now the business model Cryptopia has chosen... By the way, all thoses copy/pasted masternodes coins will all have the same flaws and will get no fixes when the SHTF for thoses coins. But I see that you looove Cryptopia, I understand that you need to protect this old & dying exchange but good luck getting any significant volume back there..
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January 10, 2019, 07:04:19 AM
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Alan Booth is and never was Cryptopia's CEO. Fucking piece of shit tried to take over the company and failed. This asshole left the exchange a mess. He better hope he's never found in the States. I don't give a fuck who reads this. The man's a thief and needs to be behind bars or beat down! Left for the dogs.

The real owners have taken back control of the company now. Being careful not to list coins that are vulnerable to attacks atm. Deal with it!

Cryptopia delisted a lot of coins which are not vulnerable to attacks.
When Cryptopia started the original owners did promise they will never delist any coin as long as wallet works fine and blockchain is alive.

Yeah they said it. Halcyon has a good working wallet, enough seed nodes, blockchain works like a clockwork, active dev etc. Yet they delist it for no reason other than low trade volume.
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January 17, 2019, 06:37:01 AM
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I hope everyone has their Halcyons withdrawn from Cryptopia. They are going to be out of business for quite a long time due to the recent heist. It's funny, but the delisting is actually a good thing to happen under such circumstances.

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January 19, 2019, 02:19:16 PM
Last edit: January 19, 2019, 02:36:04 PM by GreenPanda
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Yeah, the delisting of Halcyon ended up being a blessing in disguise! I hope everyone is alright too. By seeing random comments on twitter and one of explorer's Eth address that holds the stolen funds, it seems like we're living a mini MtGox, especially for noobies that got into altcoin trading since last year(like me Cheesy). It shows how owning your own keys is important.
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February 01, 2019, 01:04:24 PM
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Screenshot at the prices when Halcyon's trading halted.
https://i.imgur.com/Ntu4I9x.png
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