I am in the same position. Support does not even bother updating the ticket even when asking for an update. I am stuck at 15 of 20 confimations now for almost a week and I am losing money because of it. Cryptopia does not care about it's user, and if I ever get the deposit completed I am going send it directly off the exchange and kiss cryptopia good bye. As for any new exchange of currencies, cryptopia will never seen another transaction from me again.
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Actually, the transactions such as creating a sell order and buy order, as well as completing an exchange and sending coins from one user to another within the exchange are not actual transactions on a blockchain. The only actual transactions are with withdrawls and deposits. Sure they could be 100% legit, but there is no guarantee and it is 100% based on trust, since it is possible to create fake coins if you don't record everything on a blockchain. This is an issue with every exchange, even decentralized ones like bitshares, since the gateways must be trusted that their tokens represent real crypto. They canceled the processing withdrawl and so I was forced to sell at a loss. I think the problem is that nobody withdraws the coin I was withdrawing, and if you send coins with a wallet not connected, it will not rebroadcast the transaction automatically. Most wallets have the debug option to rebroadcast unconfirmed transactions, however, this particular coin does not have that option, and since nobody withdraws, when someone does try, their transaction gets stuck, and the only way to send it is if cryptopia sends it manually, but to make matters worse, the coin I was trying to withdraw limits the amount to like $1 worth of coins. Complete nonsense, so I had like 8 transactions of like $1 that cryptopia had to send manually, and they were like f-this. So they just cancelled it. I did manage to get two sent manually, but this is literally like $2 of coins, I mean WTF. So that is kinda stupid, I think the coin is cool, but that was rediculous. I want like $40 per week, so were talking 40 seperate transactions all made manually, nope. So I think I will not be genting more of that coin. I also will not mention it by name, but I do recommend Experiencecoin™, that coin works great, looks great, and is a great price for a supply of only 19 billion and a block reward of 64 epc every minute.
again I am facing this problem tried yesterday to withdraw POLIS and withdraw processing and they said will do it manual. someone with same problem? i m worried losing my funds, i see a lot of people with same problems and cryptopia seems that doesnt care about us
- be extremely suspicious of ANYone contacting you to offer help in response to something you posted on a public forum; there are considerable numbers of scammers out there (you'll see them post every day) offering to help with your issues, ring this fake support number etc.. Hopefully it really was someone from Cryptopia and not a scammer, but if you need help, absolutely 100% RAISE A SUPPORT TICKET via the official channel. an offer of private help via ANY means, from someone contacting you in response to something you wrote in a public forum, NOT EVEN FROM AN EMAIL ADDRESS YOU RECOGNISE; you just don't know if your "friend" has a virused computer/isn't contacting you at all - genuine people post their advice up for to see, or they tell you to get help via the ONLY official support option Cryptopia have; a support ticket (which may be created by YOU emailing to . from your registered email, or by logging in and going to the help center).
Hi, I just wanna first say that this is my second day her at this exchange. I'd been using a couple of other exchages, one prominent one, but Ive been starting to question the processes involved within the exchange itself. Some of the transactions didnt seem to add up right. I received no help and so, I left. Something that Ive noticed here is that there are quiet a few people that are posting his or her issues within this exchange to some of these forum rooms. Most notably, there seems to be quiet a few people problems associated with ether deposits/withdrawals. I saw where someone was insenuating that they wanted their forum post used in place of a trouble ticket.....smh. I also saw where someone complained of being hacked and that possibly Cryptopia is lined with a bunch of crooks and are stealing or they have a severe security issue at hand. Im curious to know something. If all of you folks are having so many issues with this exchange, why in the hell are yall still here?? I think its really good that you have a forum like whats provided on here. I can also honestly say that someone with this exchange has already contacted me by in-house email to let me know that if I had any problems, they were there. There quiet a few exchanges that dont communicate at all with you and most that do, do so by using a generic banner. Personally, in comparison to other exchanges out there, this place seems to top them all that Ive had experience with. And no, Im not being paid for this post and I did not bring a large sum of money on board here. I didnt even bring 100 bucks if that tells you anything. With 3 kids and only working as a freelancer online at the moment, that was all that was in my budget. I would like to add this for those of you that have had deposit and withdrawal issues with ether. Read the info provided to you a couple of times over and if your in doubt with the transaction, find another means to move the money. Im by no means a perfect person so dont think that im only trying to bash folks on here. Maybe this will make some of you folks feel better about having 0.2 ether hung up in a transaction. Imagine using a poker site (Seals with Clubs) back in 2012 that only used bitcoins for payments in and out. What if I told you that there is a wallet out there that cant be accessed that has either 456 or 458 bitcoins (cant rememeber exact #....i USED to drink during that time) in it this very moment? Guess what, there is. At least you have someone working on your transaction with you at the moment. Give them some time, Im sure theyll get yall squared away. Anyway, I just thought I would add my ten cents and also let the folks at Cryptopia know that someone out here thinks that theyre doing a pretty damn good job so far. Keep it up. Good luck to you all in your trading.
Think you must be a bit hard of thinking mate; exchanges facilitate trades between people who put money into the pool managed by the exchange; there is no pyramid, it's straight up, 100% in, 99.6% out (the fee accounts for the difference) If youre having trouble understanding it, imagine 100 people going to a room and being locked in. They each take a large amount of their own currency, they talk, and they agree to swap where eg the NZD guy wants some USD; he swaps 2 of his NZD for every 1 USD with the guy who took USD.. The total number and worth of money in the room stays the same, it's just swapped around among the people Pyramid schemes are completely different. If you require those explaining , let me know
Hello cryptopia. Recently I have had a problem with a withdrawl of a certain coin, I have not had any problems with any other coins except this one. I am feeling very suspicious that perhaps the reason behind this peculiar behavior is in order to run a kind of pyramid scheme with crypto. I have been studying crypto exchanges very intensly for over a year, and it has come to my conclusion that it seems the only way for an exchange to work, is by essentially creating fake coins to represent user deposits. This is a very serious problem, because it would be similar to a game of musical chairs. It would not be an issue if people were perfect, honest, trustworthy people with no reason to have money. But the truth is, people are not trustworthy. If you put a pile of hundred dollar bills on the ground and turned away saying don't take any, we all would begin shoving the cash into our pockets and bags as fast as we could, especially if we knew we would get away with it. I hope this exchange is running honestly, but human nature tells me that is very much not likely. :(
i did an eos deposit but my eos still didnt arrive.. now it says the wallet is in maintenance. last time something like this happened it was with my trx and that took more than a week and my capp withdraw took 4 days.. if i cant withdraw my eos before june i will lose them because they need to be registered before. i guess you will recover my eos if i cant acces or withdraw them before june??