Mar 11, · Previously Coinsmarkets was down for a short period of time in September and back then the Coinsmarkets profile provided updates in the Bitcointalk forum. In mid-February ECA team announced they would start looking for legal action to get Coinsmarkets . CoinsMarkets trade volume and market listings. Сurrent Electra / Bitcoin exchange rate, Real-time market data: buy & sell rate, charts, order book.
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The issue wont fix any faster. The website wasnt the best either, and it looks shady. But you yourself bought ECA out of hype and didnt send or get the chance to transfer it to the wallet. You cant blame the exchange site..
They are doing their best to fix the issue, do you really think its easy, when lots of new user joining because of some hype, when coinmarkets is pretty much unknown. Even the big exchange stopping taking new user, because they cant handle so much trafic, yet you expect coinmarkets to fix the issue over the night. Remember they never expected a massive of new users. I for one am moving on. I'm no longer interested in supporting Electra due to the exchange it's listed on.
As I've stated in previous posts, what's the point of supporting this project if there isn't a stable exchange to trade on? Sour grapes? Not necessarily. I had a different coin stuck in Coss but they were able to rectify the situation. And now i'm seeing posts regarding issues with coinhouse? Yeah no thanks. Besides, who the hell am I going to sell to if folks can't sign up or use a stable trading platform? Before you call me out and ask why I didn't withdraw my coins, well I placed a limit order with CM.
By the time I woke up, I saw my funds and quickly tried to withdraw. That's when the fun of seeing the cloudfare messages set in. Oh well, you win some you lose some. They got listed on 3 other exchanges after CM went down and applied to cryptopia couple days ago. ECA wasn't the only coin on the exchange.
Blockfolio tried to contact CM too, they are not responding to anyone. I already feel uncomfortable leaving coins on a well-known exchange, but some of you actually left them on a no name exchange after buying a coin that doesn't even have a white paper?
You need to buy and withdraw that shit right away. I know there were problems for a lot of people who tried to withdraw and that's absolutely the exchange's fault, but many were also careless and just left it there.
Hopefully this is a lesson for some of you to be more careful Not saying Electra or CE are scams I bought some myself , but always proceed as if someone is actively trying to dupe you and be skeptical.
Hopefully this will all be resolved soon. Aside from coinsmarket This has been posted plenty of times and no one here seems to care. But it looks like I'll never see my LTC again. Well, Coinsmarkets was never a popular exchange. That plus the fact that they've been down since January 5th means that very few people even have a reason to care.
I had bought ECA literally 10 minutes before it crashed and was downloading the wallet while it happened. I work on a computer at my job, so off and on every dad I would try to withdraw and keep getting 'd. Finally after like 4 days it worked out of nowhere and I got my coins. Got lucky somehow. Really hope everyone gets their coins back. Regardless of small an exchange, it does nothing but hurt cryptos reputation when this shit happens.
Exact same thing happened to me. I eventually got to withdraw it as the thread stated but yeah, sucks man. I've never even heard of any of the coins they have enabled. Why wouldn't they start with the most common coins rather than random shit coins? I confirmed that he uses this deposit address when sending ECA to cryptobridge. I can prove that because,, that deposit address receives This is possible because 1 ECA wallet can handle multiple addresses at the same time.
This is normal behavior for exchanges wallets. Strongly suggesting that the ECA is being withdrawn from an exchange. It does not prove that the exchange knows about it, just that the coins were on exchange wallets prior to being sent to cryptobridge this week. In total, there are over 30 addresses sending ECA directly to that deposit address. Going through these exchange addresses, there is a noticeable pattern. Nearly all of them are actively making many transactions until Jan 2nd, at which point there are no transactions until Jan 14th, where staking starts again.
In order to interrupt staking, the wallet would have to be offline. Why did these addresses go offline for 2 weeks beginning January 2nd? What does that say about the exchange these addresses belong to? So, who is this allanosti1 that withdrew million ECA from an exchange in the last week? These withdraws came from an exchange whose wallets went offline for 2 weeks beginning January 2nd.