Author Topic: OpenLedger adding new coins - can we fix the old ones first? #DontGoxMeBro  (Read 1526 times)

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Offline Riverhead

Each new announcement of new features, markets, etc. from OpenLedger is exciting but is tinged with fear. Withdrawing Open Assets is a complete crap shoot. You either get your funds instantly or get into the support queue which can take anywhere from a few days, a few weeks, or over a month to get a transaction processed.

With all these new markets, products, and services being added I can't imagine things are going to get any better.

If you need to withdraw Open Assets the safest bet is Open.Assest->BTS->Exchange.BTC

Offline yvv

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Never had any issues with withdrawal of OPEN.BTC until now. Not sure if/why other OPEN.XXX assets would be different.

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It has been great for me too for a long time but once confidence is lost it's hard to regain. As a UIA I can't imagine what could be more important than honoring the IOU in a timely manner.


For the record my last transaction was July 9th. I've logged a support ticket and done weekly followups and made noise in the Telegram group to no avail. The last response I got from support was, "We'll let you know when the issue is resolved". The response from the Telegram group was, "They are swamped". In the mean time it's announcement after announcement of new stuff. Yikes.

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Bad news, considering that openledger is the only deposit/withdrawal option for many of us. We badly need more gateways, or even better p2p ramps.
 

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Bad news, considering that openledger is the only deposit/withdrawal option for many of us. We badly need more gateways, or even better p2p ramps.


Ya, was great when bitAssets had support on the centralized exchanges. There was another service that allowed butUSD->Visa for a while. That was pretty sweet. I've heard Redux is coming but haven't dug into it yet.

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I fully agree with Riverhead.
I myself am stuck with withdrawing my ETH.
The issue was resolved after 4 days.
Now I'm not sure whether the funds will be transferred next time.

« Last Edit: August 20, 2017, 09:24:20 am by kusto19 »

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"3 second block time, no bottlenecks" - And then wait a month to get their own coins.

bitshares core and its tokens are not related to 3rd party/external blockchains