scroll down, your other 2 deposits are visible below the most recent one.
the deposits they look like faucet payouts and not a deposit made from a personal wallet.
if you are missing a deposit then open a support ticket, you a missing. If it can't be found on a block explorer then don't even bother opening a ticket, it doesn't exist and you need to contact the sender or check your own wallet if it was transaction you created yourself.
Also faucet sites have been known to to pay less to players they beleive are cheating them, or the faucet themselves can be cheating their players and sending less btc then the player thought they had. Any BTC sent to you deposit address and visible on the blockchain will be in your account after 2 confirmations, and I'm 101% certain if you check your address against a bitcoin block explorer, all the deposits you have will be shown in your history here.
As some of you will already know, Cryptopia is migrating to a new hosting provider. The reason for this is we've outgrown our current hosting provider who are struggling to facilitate our current capacity let alone scale with our continuing growth. What this means is that the site is currently residing on servers with our old provider and we need to move it to the new servers with the new provider. We've already spent two weeks setting up the new site environment and have at least another week of pre-migration setup.
We've planned and streamlined the process as much as we possibly can to minimize downtime and make sure the migration goes as smoothly as possible. We should be able to keep the trollbox open for the majority of of the migration as we announce each wallet being taken offline and the countdown to the site being taken offline for final migration maintenance. We are aiming for the downtime to exceed no longer than 2 hours.
Once the site comes back online we should be on the new environment and wallets will be brought back online one by one and operations can resume as normal.
More information will be provided as we approach the migration and times and dates are finalized.
There are no FIAT markets at Cryptopia, only Cryptocurrencies. You cannot deposit USD or EUR here.
I was not aware coinbase has XCI altcoin on their service, you may need to check that it it XCI you are trying to withdraw from there and not another coin like BTC or LTC. You can send BTC to a BTC address, XCI to an XCI address etc.
Anyone waiting for the admin to solve a support ticket? I'm waiting for 3 days because of a failed EMC withdrawal and I got no reply until now.
I trust Cryptopia, but I'm a bit concerned about what is happening...
Don't worry the admins see all the tickets and will work through them systematically and depending how much other work they have to do, can take some time but it be will be seen, and address as soon as is possible for them. :)
You can resend a withdrawal confirmation email from here
If your not receiving it
1 - Check your SPAM folder
2 - Check that Cryptopia is not being blocked and is an allowed as sender or whitelisted in your settings (not all email providers may offer this)
3 - Try to contact your email serivce provider and ask to them allow/stop blocking email from Cryptopia.
If none of the above remedies the situation or is possible for you, then you can request to have your registered email changed by opening a support ticket with the email address you want it changed to.