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Poloniex XRP alert!


panmores
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How is this even possible?!

What could be going on?

Preventing the flight of Polo XRP to Huobi, who the heck knows...

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XRP is currently under maintenance or experiencing wallet/network issues. Deposits and withdrawals will remain disabled until a solution is found, which may require an update from the XRP team. Any updates must be tested and audited before enabling.

 

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I know Korea has the largest amount of XRP transactions.
I think that maybe the price and some of them are related.
You said "It's most likely plain simple market manipulation." I think there is a relationship.
In order for XRP to grow, we have to move away from the Korean trading volume (market).

Otherwise, there will be no big change in the future.

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What XRP team are they referring to?

Poloniex has had a real shifty past when it comes to XRP. Their whole exchange goes offline when XRP starts to spike up. This is not funny. I've seen a lot of people lose big money when it happens and the Troll Box that they've conveniently removed was filled with complaints and threats of lawsuits for weeks while these shenanigans kept happening over and over.

I have a few business cards from Ripple meetups I've attended in SF and will find out tomorrow what is really going on with XRP's wallet! I doubt it is a problem with Ripple! 

BTW Take a photograph of your balance and positions of XRP if you trade on POLONIEX while you can still login. This may get ugly if there's a spike in XRP

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3 minutes ago, Gizzie445 said:

What XRP team are they referring to?

....... will find out tomorrow what is really going on with XRP's wallet! I doubt it is a problem with Ripple! 

Nope it aint a Ripple problem.  The rest of the Rippleverse is fine.  This is a very fishy thing to happen.

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3 minutes ago, Tinyaccount said:

Nope it aint a Ripple problem.  The rest of the Rippleverse is fine.  This is a very fishy thing to happen.

Take a screenshot and photos of your account balances and XRP positions. I do this regularly as a precaution. They've got a real stanky way of doing business where XRP is concerned.

Seen it for a straight year now. Total manipulation there and all out chicanery  during high activity and price increases!

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2 hours ago, ripplezzz said:

I know Korea has the largest amount of XRP transactions.
I think that maybe the price and some of them are related.
You said "It's most likely plain simple market manipulation." I think there is a relationship.
In order for XRP to grow, we have to move away from the Korean trading volume (market).

Otherwise, there will be no big change in the future.

Noo minjun, polo was the first exchange going offline as ripple pumped. Good that the majority of trading doesn'thappen at polo after all!

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2 hours ago, Gizzie445 said:

Take a screenshot and photos of your account balances and XRP positions.

To have a streenshot will not help you if an exchange is hacked. You will have no chance if they to decide to not refund their customers.

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17 minutes ago, panmores said:

Hacked? Who knows...

They are not hacked. I just wanted to say that exchanges will not take any responsibility in case of any loss of funds.. a screenshot will not help you

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