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December 28, 2014, 05:40:05 PM
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C-CEX EXCHANGE ENCOURAGES AND STIMULATES PFC SELLOUTS



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C-cex is being manageable by either degenerates struggling from heavy mental disorder & persons that need to be admitted to the hospital after overdosing a cheap coke or an asshole who collaborates with PFC devs and gets paid for showing up a support to obvious scam.



Well, c-cex stated that they ran out of servers and are willing to rent additional hardware to faster and maximize operativeness of their scam exchange. They said they have a huge inflow of eager users (5X comparing to the amount of userbase before Dec, 26) and that's why the exchange is being unusually slow and average users may have numerous issues with canceling their orders. Barefaced lies! Lol.



Apparently, 99% of c-cex daily fees comes from the PFC volume, faggotic and crappy fake, driven by a single idiot with the 98% of the available supply. PFC devs were acting wisely enough to avoid suspicions on their arses when posted that sklent announcement saying that repeated 502 errors mostly referred to DDOS attack. Lol.



Now pull ur head out ur buttocks and open ur naive childish eyes. They are selling margin coins stored here and paying c-cex for freezing the submitted orders and whole balances page to keep an average joe from dumping the coins that were bought on allcrypt or withdrawn from hp balances. When the PFC shit tries to recover and build up a buy wall, a reverse trend occurs with the corresponding selling pressure following by a massive withdrawals of PFC from here.



It's probably ver very very very very very hard to admit that c-cex completely stays away from the business controlled by HP owners and keeps running the PFC market freely despite the overabundant amounts of PFC dumped last two days. Worthy of note, that the c-cex gets overloaded with thousands of users at the same time when someone shows up a huge PFC selloff.



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December 28, 2014, 06:06:16 PM
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It's Bob's world, bro. Just don't play in it

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December 28, 2014, 06:07:13 PM
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that ex has always had problems  seems funny that a coin with 300 btc volume never got added to trex.  pfc is at least 10x the total c-cex volume for all other coins..

i really want pfc to be real because i got a ton of khs

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December 28, 2014, 09:17:26 PM
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C-Cex is part of the scam. This exchange was made by and for hashprofit scam and it will disapear soon.
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December 28, 2014, 10:34:23 PM
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C-Cex is part of the scam. This exchange was made by and for hashprofit scam and it will disapear soon.


I agree with that. And someone's continuing to dump the coins up to hell with no legible strategy or sensible purpose. According to the charts, he sold off about half of the available supply but it's quite impossible to get to the accurate analysis as c-cex charts don't allow a detailed scalability of the candles proportionally to the time spacings.

If we had this movement on poloniex, we could perform the much accurate analysis regarding the amounts of coins that were sold from dumps and bought from the sell wall. Eventually, devs have a few hundreds thousands of PFC stocked up for further dumps. Not sure what would they earn at these prices, if they consider to sell the rest of premine for 5K......

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December 28, 2014, 10:43:44 PM
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C-Cex is part of the scam. This exchange was made by and for hashprofit scam and it will disapear soon.


don't know if it goes that far

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December 28, 2014, 11:05:34 PM
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C-Cex is part of the scam. This exchange was made by and for hashprofit scam and it will disapear soon.


don't know if it goes that far


I've posted in c-cex thread and for the moment this remains unsorted. No comments / explanations have been made from c-cex mods over the last 4 hours. I assume they simply have no idea what to respond since they mainly get the instructions from the exchange's owner.

This proves, that owner of the exchange considers it unnecessary or even superfluous to inform staff of business-related matters. If he makes no move to defend the reputation of the exchange, then c-cex will end up in a wink.

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December 28, 2014, 11:07:22 PM
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The devs not wanting to answer basic questions on their thread here was a red flag for me. Time will tell if these guys are legit or not but it's not looking good at the moment.

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December 28, 2014, 11:32:54 PM
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The devs not wanting to answer basic questions on their thread here was a red flag for me. Time will tell if these guys are legit or not but it's not looking good at the moment.

Not sure if they are legit, but as for the paid support which they recently announced costs 0.03 btc that sounds like peak of idiocy.

Basically, for me it looks like ICO at the conventional price - 10K. If they decide to finally close up and throw everything out at wholesale prices, then we will rebuy coins for 10K and let push come to show. After the dumps over, with the market cap valuing at 200 btc it's impossible for 10K buyers to loss money.

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December 29, 2014, 12:15:52 AM
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Ed from AllCrypt.com here. I've opened a support ticket with C-CEX requesting they contact us so we can discuss the situation. I'd like to believe that C-CEX was merely experiencing traffic issues from the unprecedented surge in traffic to the site.

Being lead dev I have access to all logs and info, and while it's not our place to decide whats a scam and what is not, nor is it our job to put a stop to such activity*, I do believe that people should be allowed to freely make their own choices regarding such things. If it's true (and again, I do not believe it is) that C-CEX had any involvement, well, that's deplorable, but I'd like them to be able to voice their side of things.

And I'd like to personally speak to the dev and compare notes. Our site has experienced odd activity that may well have an unrelated or "legitimate" reason, (or be completely related) and I'd like to get to the bottom of it.

So, C-CEX guys - respond to my support ticket and let's chat. Hoping a public call to action will speed an answer.

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December 29, 2014, 11:42:57 AM
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c-CEX starting look suspicious .. Cool
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December 29, 2014, 11:58:40 AM
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Ed from AllCrypt.com here. I've opened a support ticket with C-CEX requesting they contact us so we can discuss the situation. I'd like to believe that C-CEX was merely experiencing traffic issues from the unprecedented surge in traffic to the site.

Being lead dev I have access to all logs and info, and while it's not our place to decide whats a scam and what is not, nor is it our job to put a stop to such activity*, I do believe that people should be allowed to freely make their own choices regarding such things. If it's true (and again, I do not believe it is) that C-CEX had any involvement, well, that's deplorable, but I'd like them to be able to voice their side of things.

And I'd like to personally speak to the dev and compare notes. Our site has experienced odd activity that may well have an unrelated or "legitimate" reason, (or be completely related) and I'd like to get to the bottom of it.

So, C-CEX guys - respond to my support ticket and let's chat. Hoping a public call to action will speed an answer.

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* Regarding an exchange's role, we're here to provide a service, not pass judgement. I'm a libertarian at heart, and I think people should have access to the tools they choose to use. *IF* a coin is a scam and you choose to invest, it is not our role to diaper you and protect you from your own stupidity or poor judgement. Also, it is not our role or responsibility to try and judge what is and is not a valid coin. That's for you to decide. That all being said - price fixing, colluding, and cheating by an exchange are all reprehensible. We just wanted to make our position clear.

My inquires to C-Cex support have be replied with that they have been trying to get into contact as well with the PFC staff but they are not answering. In all the time I have been using C-Cex I have no reason to believe that they would engage in any wrong doing.

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December 29, 2014, 12:05:30 PM
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C-cex and Hash Profit are same company
So both of them are SCAM
Dont invest them...

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December 29, 2014, 12:07:28 PM
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C-cex and Hash Profit are same company
So both of them are SCAM
Dont invest them...

Any proofs of that? Huh

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December 29, 2014, 02:53:41 PM
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C-cex and Hash Profit are same company
So both of them are SCAM
Dont invest them...

Any proofs of that? Huh
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shit itrs been just 24 hrs it dosent look good but i still cant outright say scam without proof .... hp says hackers got in sold off khs for pfc (= 15% of total supply) dumped  pfc  hp stepped in to stop loss perhaps cex stopped tx on pfc to mitigate losses during attack...  not saying thats true just saying it fits the situation as well as any conspiracy theory
furthermore if it is an atack as they claim lots of people are gonna butt hurt when it rebounds to 150  200k, following succesful re-opening and payment resumes for mining contracts

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If I were forced to make a call here im sad to say i personally believe (opinion) we all got took for a ride and( i hate to say it) we all lost everything i have very little faith in pfc return but i do have a lot to gain if hp resumes mining and payments continue

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December 29, 2014, 04:08:54 PM
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Actually the volume of trade that currency and reached very high.
And the C-cex never had a currency that we arrive at this kind of volume of trade.
I'm still putting a little faith that it is legitimate.

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December 29, 2014, 04:53:18 PM
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and even hashie.co got DDOS and attacked yesterday ..... wow what is next CEX.IO ??
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December 29, 2014, 07:09:59 PM
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i lost my SSDcoin in c-cex without advance notice are they will be scam exchange?
because i send support ticket but they never send my coin back
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December 29, 2014, 07:12:58 PM
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and even hashie.co got DDOS and attacked yesterday ..... wow what is next CEX.IO ??


no DDOS, hashie, HP, both ran/collapsed yesterday, no hack, no DDOS, no nothing, just a bunch of guys chilling in the bahamas atm, laughing at us.

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December 30, 2014, 03:26:19 AM
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and even hashie.co got DDOS and attacked yesterday ..... wow what is next CEX.IO ??


no DDOS, hashie, HP, both ran/collapsed yesterday, no hack, no DDOS, no nothing, just a bunch of guys chilling in the bahamas atm, laughing at us.

any real proof ?

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