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FTX Not Allowing XRP Withdrawls?


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Anyone else having issues withdrawing from FTX.com? 

There's something of a bank run going on since they may be insolvent. 

I have 5 figures there that I have been margin lending but haven't been able to get off their platform. 

No mater what I do, it's impossible to complete a withdraw request. I've tried pulling all or part of my balance off. 

I've tried every browser I own, clearing cache, etc. 

No matter what I do, the "complete" withdraw button does not activate a withdraw.

Support can only tell me to try another browser, which I have done. There's not a browser on the market that I haven't dowloaded and tried. 

It's a small portion of my bag, but for god sakes, I'm writing all the regulators that are applicable in my jurisdiction. 

They've lost a customer and remember, not your keys, not your crypto. 

 

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Hope you'll succeed @gentlemanape

The real aggressor here is CZ, knowing exactly what he might cause.

Oh wait, he tweeted this "crypto is high risk" on Saturday without knowing what's about to come? Undermining his own work? He who's always so positive and cooperative?

Or Sam is such a dirtbag that he left CZ no choice. Anyways, not everything that shines is gold over at the FTX empire. Couldn't believe how "youngish" this Caroline Ellison seems, controlling the better half of Sam...

Those billionaires are living proof of the egotistic maximalism in the space.

 

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Withdrawals are working.

If you are margin lending, you should stop lending before being able to withdrawal. At the end of the hour your funds will unlock and you'll be able to withdraw (for example if you stop lending at 15:37 you'll have your funds available at 16:00).

Please don't add more FUD to this sh!tstorm.

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Binance only exists (at least at this gigamonster level) just because FINCEN caused Ripple to shut down RippleTrade. Also the concept of "stablecoin" (like Theter) it's just the USD IOU's.

Most of the "crypto community" has been sh***n on Ripple since day one, manage to stop Ripple from implementing their ideas at large scale, only to build something "similar" but with less performance and more expensive for the end user.

XRP "deserves" at least the market cap combined of BUSD, BNB, Theter and USDC (+XRP), but of course will not happen because those competitors already ate the cake.

We somehow praise Ripple managment but actually they lacked some of the predatory mentality that is needed. Their "californian vibes" may open some doors but also put them in trouble most of the time.

 

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1 hour ago, Gringo said:

Most of the "crypto community" has been sh***n on Ripple since day one, manage to stop Ripple from implementing their ideas at large scale, only to build something "similar" but with less performance and more expensive for the end user.

Welcome to the land of "better to ask forgiveness than permission."

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Speaking of that, when is BNB going to get pressed for being a security in the US? Never? Oh how convenient.

I remember when both DTR and BNB were around $5.

DTR, the gas asset for the tokens exchange, was pretty obviously a security. I bought some but sold it because it was essentially illiquid in the US. BNB was the gas token for Binance. No one stopped it. No one ever ******* even asked it for ID or checked it for drugs. It didn't even get a speeding ticket. BNB has gotten a far bigger free pass that ETH did.

BUSD - no one is talking about their stablecoin either.

Sometimes the best way to hide what you are doing is to have it in plain sight.

 

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On 11/8/2022 at 11:24 AM, tulo said:

Withdrawals are working.

If you are margin lending, you should stop lending before being able to withdrawal. At the end of the hour your funds will unlock and you'll be able to withdraw (for example if you stop lending at 15:37 you'll have your funds available at 16:00).

Please don't add more FUD to this sh!tstorm.

As you, I totally misjudged the situation. Withdrew in time, but never expected the avalanche ensuing.

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