Bitfinex Interim Update:

Following the theft on August 2nd, the Bitfinex team has been working tirelessly towards bringing the platform back online in a secure and controlled manner. We have finalized the accounting of losses incurred and are currently coordinating strategic plans for compensating customers.

We intend to come online within 24-48 hours with limited platform functionality. Additional announcements will be made as we progressively enable more platform features and return to full operations. We appreciate that our customers and the public want this handled quickly, but it needs to be done a way in which all assets are secure and immune from vulnerabilities. Every resource is being leveraged to make that happen in a safe and optimal way.

As disclosed in earlier announcements, all withdrawals, open orders, and open funding offers have been canceled and all financed positions have been settled. Exact settlement prices were published on August 3rd.

After much thought, analysis, and consultation, we have arrived at the conclusion that losses must be generalized across all accounts and assets. This is the closest approximation to what would happen in a liquidation context. Upon logging into the platform, customers will see that they have experienced a generalized loss percentage of 36.067%. In a later announcement we will explain in full detail the methodology used to compute these losses.

We are actively discussing various strategic options with numerous potential investors as part of our strategy to fully compensate our customers. Such discussions, however, are in early stages and will likely take time to play out. In the meantime, In place of the loss in each wallet, we are crediting a token labeled BFX to record each customer’s discrete losses. Tokens will be distributed without release or waiver. The BFX tokens will remain outstanding until redeemed in full by Bitfinex or possibly exchanged—upon the creditor’s request and Bitfinex’s acceptance—for shares of iFinex Inc. We are still sorting out many details on this; we will post further updates in the coming days.

Thank you for your continued patience and for the many generous offers of support that we have received over the last several days. Notwithstanding this attack, we continue to believe in the possibilities associated with bitcoin. We will continue to update our customers and the public as and when we can.

69 Comments
  • Jonatan
    Posted at 16:14h, 06 August Reply

    If losses are generalized across all accounts and assets, but you lost only BTC, how are you going to convert those other assets (FIAT and alts) into BTC?

    • Jacob Eliosoff
      Posted at 20:09h, 06 August Reply

      Yeah important question. I mean the naive answer is “sell enough other assets to buy 64% of lost BTC = 77k BTC”, but that could involve significant costs (esp if eg buying that many BTC drives up the price) – like many additional $millions – and the full plan will need to explain who covers them.

      Suppose, for example, that as soon as withdrawals are re-enabled, most BTC holders immediately try to withdraw their (currently absent) bitcoins. What will happen? Bitfinex needs a clear plan for that.

      • Jacob Eliosoff
        Posted at 20:16h, 06 August Reply

        Btw this is one stark advantage of only socializing losses to BTC holders: it requires no immediate trades, certainly not huge market-moving trades like above. In other words, it only assigns losses that were actually suffered, rather than replacing some actual losses with “the fairer losses we wish had happened”.

        There’s a fancy alternative plan where Bitfinex says, OK, customer A held BTC (now gone) and customer B held USD (still there), so we’re going to give 36% of B’s USD to A. So A used to own BTC, now owns USD. This requires no external trades, which is nice. Unfortunately it’s otherwise pretty crazy.

        • Mike
          Posted at 00:34h, 07 August Reply

          +1 for “fancy alternative”

  • igor
    Posted at 16:31h, 06 August Reply

    36.067% cut from each wallet it’s rightly, myself have large USD deposit, but losses should be socialized, BTC holder dont blame!
    Tokens it’s great idea, new precedent! I think stolen bitcoins should be find or BXF will profit our losses. Anyway we don’t drop by BFX team!
    Congratulations)

    • Luis Rodríguez, Notas de Libertad
      Posted at 13:10h, 07 August Reply

      Es mejor que pierda el que perdió y no que pierdan todos; si pierden todos, todos podrían tener un incentivo de irse y dejar en consecuencia, la plataforma, inservible. “Los tenedores de Bitcoin no tienen la culpa”, tienes razón amigo, pero quienes tenían allí sus altcoins o su dinero fiat, o incluso los tenedores de Bitcoin que no fueron afectados por esto (y no sufrieron perdidas) tampoco tienen culpa de ello, y es tonto castigarlos.

      Si van a resolver que se centren en que “el que perdió” no pierda tanto, o incluso que salga ganando (porque eso es loable, que se haga al menos el esfuerzo para que los afectados salgan ganando, y por supuesto, para evitar futuros inconvenientes como este)

      Por cierto ¿Como creen que afectaría por ejemplo que Bitfinex decidiera aceptar los BFX como cupones de descuento en cuanto a el porcentaje que se llevan en cada retiro? (Pienso que sería una buena opción) ¿Creen que eso haría aumentar los retiros (por ser un incentivo) o restablecería la confianza en la plataforma haciendo que el mercado se reorganice para finalmente pasar la pagina y seguir haciendo uso del servicio? Si hay un economista de la Escuela Austriaca por acá, me gustaría leer sus comentarios, saludos.

  • Andre P Gagnon
    Posted at 16:43h, 06 August Reply

    In all honesty we all knew the risks and appreciate everything http://www.Bitfinex.com has done for us! I would rather take BFX shares then 99% of the companies on the market anyway. Minor set back and I think you have and are doing the right thing!

    • Andre P Gagnon
      Posted at 17:10h, 06 August Reply

      Sometimes you’re flush and sometimes you’re bust, and when you’re up, it’s never as good as it seems, and when you’re down, you never think you’ll be up again, but life goes on.

    • Dr Cornwalls
      Posted at 18:07h, 06 August Reply

      LOL….GTFO here u shill pos.

  • Daniel Zetterström
    Posted at 17:00h, 06 August Reply

    I like the idea with shares!

  • Lonex
    Posted at 17:02h, 06 August Reply

    Loss is not related to USD wallet, does not make sense to take out of USD to compensate BTC. Is it true that USD wallet will be part of loss?

  • Alina
    Posted at 17:31h, 06 August Reply

    Are you shares trading on any stack market and how much company worth now? What in company profit annually?

  • sheref
    Posted at 17:46h, 06 August Reply

    i just have ETH so i will carry the 36 % loses ??

    can any one explain about shares ? what is my profit from it ? and when i will take profit?

  • Dr Cornwalls
    Posted at 17:50h, 06 August Reply

    Yes, those who simply had USD sitting in their accounts are going to take a haircut also. The fact that this is totally illegal doesn’t seem to be bothering Bitfinex. Don’t accept this people. Litigate!

    • greatwolf
      Posted at 19:25h, 06 August Reply

      Uh no. If you drag this through the litigation process everyone losses and the only winners are parasitic lawyers after they’ve gut and drain whatever is in the liquidity asset pot from a protracted legal process. While Bitfinex’s proposed restitution propose means your account takes a major hit it’s still way better than the alternative. This is the least worse of the outcomes and I’m speaking as someone who has funds in both USD and BTC in the exchange at the time of the hack.

    • Arne
      Posted at 22:47h, 06 August Reply

      Once you litigate you push BFX into bankruptcy. Common law states that all equal creditors must be treated equal. Since you signed up to the same terms that I and every one else did, the court will decide that all assets are distributed equally. That is exactly what BFX are doing, only they safe us time, hassle and legal fees. But if you want to litigate just for fun, go for it.

  • James
    Posted at 18:15h, 06 August Reply

    This is totally insane. BitFinex need to sell equity or issue debt and make customers whole.

  • Wy
    Posted at 18:54h, 06 August Reply

    We demand a public audit of this incident,
    Until now No one know whether it is actually a hack or a bfx stealing from customers. I suggest a class action against bitfinex entities in Hongkong and Taiwan.

    • Arne
      Posted at 22:49h, 06 August Reply

      Common law, which would apply in HK and BVI, states that all equal creditors must be treated equal. Since you signed up to the same terms that I and every one else did, the court will decide that all assets are to be distributed equally. That is exactly what BFX are doing now, only they save us time, hassle and legal fees. But if you want to litigate just for fun, go for it.

  • Mike
    Posted at 18:59h, 06 August Reply

    So wait a minute, because Finex coukdn’t get their act together, you guys are not only screwing over your customers, but you are going to raid Finex accounts of LTC and ETC and dump on other exchanges and hurt the worth of MY coins as a non-finex customer?

    Sorry but you all belong in prison, not jail but PRISON, and hopefully a brutal communist Chinese one at that cracking rocks or digging mine shafts for the next 30 years.

    • wonka
      Posted at 21:31h, 06 August Reply

      if you think value of eth is going to drop then sell it. it’s what peole call: market

  • John
    Posted at 19:18h, 06 August Reply

    This is total bullshit. socialize your @$$. I have ETC and ETH in your shitty exchnage and don’t even think about touching them. I dont need your crappy shares. Your exchnage is dead anyway. Everyone will dump those coins or shares as soon as they get them.

    • wonka
      Posted at 21:32h, 06 August Reply

      i might buy them while ppl are dumping.

    • Alex M
      Posted at 05:53h, 08 August Reply

      I agree with the plan. We all understand the risks associated with leaving our money in the hands of an exchange. We are being compensated. Poloniex employed a similar strategy and has recovered to becoming largest exchange

  • Bitcoinfriend
    Posted at 19:18h, 06 August Reply

    Everyone knows risks with cryptocurrencies are higher than fiat. To socialize losses across all assets including fiat is unfair and sends a disastrous signal to the community.

  • Dave
    Posted at 19:20h, 06 August Reply

    TOTALLY ACCEPTABLE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR EFFORTS BITFINEX.

  • 35percenter
    Posted at 19:21h, 06 August Reply

    How do we know that 119K BTC lost was equal to 36% of total deposits?

    Can you list the total number of
    BTC,LTC,ETH and USD that users had deposited.

  • Ken
    Posted at 19:34h, 06 August Reply

    What happened to Bitfinex’s supposed BTC holdings off the trading platform? I thought you had a reserve in place to account for an event such as this. Also, why are you punishing your clients for a failure in the site’s security system, and further, why are you punishing the clients that don’t even have BTC holdings? This doesn’t make sense! I also had a large USD holding for margin lending that was completely unaffected by this theft, but now Bitfinex is going to literally steal from me to cover their own failure? That’s some crazy BS.

    I’d only be willing to accept this “token” compromise if Bitfinex can guarantee full reimbursement within 6 months or less. Further, Bitfinex must cover all future losses if an event like this should happen again. (read: Take this as a learning experience, and never let it happen again!) Really, though, I think the whole idea of socialized losses is absolute lunacy. If you want people to ever trust you again, you need to take responsibility for your site getting compromised.

    • Trent
      Posted at 08:54h, 08 August Reply

      Well Ken, the alternative is for Bifinex to go into liquidation, as there is no way for them to find $70 million. They will then sell of all their assets and you’ll get back at best 64% of what your account balance, minus legals fees, and three years time. I like the current plan better.

  • spread wizard
    Posted at 19:40h, 06 August Reply

    Person loses 50% of their BTC equity due to crypto-currency volatility “Oh well, it’s a wild world out there with no guarantees. That’s crypto for ya!!”

    People on BTC/crypto-currencies: no government! No regulation! No weasel-word lawyers!

    Upon learning their Bitfinex holdings will suffer a 36% loss (not 100% and founders on the run, nowhere to be found) and potential equity in a future exchange, due to socialised losses as a result of what appears to be a complex, sophisticated hack:
    “That’s not legal! Surely this is not permitted by government regulations!!”
    “Sue their ass!”
    “Don’t accept this crazy shit!”

    COMMENT:
    People are deluded. They want it all. Profits without risk. Regulation when there’s a problem, no regulation when they make money. Tax relief when they lose, but zero tax when they win.

    Learn the lesson: don’t keep holdings on exchanges. Make your own arrangements to keep your assets safe, and diversify if using online repository services.

    • wonka
      Posted at 21:40h, 06 August Reply

      agree, the way bitfinex handled the losses is MUCH better then the alternative : bankruptcy ,all assets frozen for 5 years.; and nothing left of it due to lawyer costs etc.. I think the guys nagging here are just little kids with their 1btc or 5eth .. I know some big holders who are pretty OK with the haircut we have. If ppl think that a haircut of 36% is a bad thing.. imagine a 100% haircut

  • Jim craig
    Posted at 20:43h, 06 August Reply

    This is so funny I now have had the same Ethereum stolen twice within a month first by a hack now an exchange.

  • ALDO
    Posted at 21:23h, 06 August Reply

    If i only had USD you are making a theft making the losses socialized. This is not fair.
    The biggest theft only giving silly explanations ¡¡¡

  • Mike
    Posted at 21:27h, 06 August Reply

    All comments here are fake praising BFX, you have beaten people so much BFX that people are accepting whatever they can get , evil company , no one is going to trust in you after this , if you don’t completely reimburse people ASAP

    • Trent
      Posted at 09:03h, 08 August Reply

      Reimburse with Mike’s magical bitcoins

  • Arne
    Posted at 22:52h, 06 August Reply

    Common law, which would apply in HK and BVI, states that all equal creditors must be treated equal. Since you signed up to the same terms that I and every one else did, the court will decide that all assets are to be distributed equally. That is exactly what BFX are doing now, only they save us time, hassle and legal fees. But if you want to litigate just for fun, go for it. You are not extra special because you happend to speculate in ETH.

  • Arne
    Posted at 22:58h, 06 August Reply

    Thanks Bitfinex. My aunt, who has a law PhD and is judge at the commercial appeals court in Berlin, confirms that during bankruptcy proceedings the judges would decide to treat each creditor equally, as long as everyone signed up to the same terms. Since every customer on Finex did so, and since the terms did not contain any preferential treatment clause for USD or altcoins, your procedure is correct. Have a nice Sunday and thanks for making this as quick and affordable as possible.

  • Counterparty Fan
    Posted at 23:04h, 06 August Reply

    Please consider issuing BFXcoin on the Counterparty platform. Doing so would make BFX tradable across multiple exchanges like Poloniex and Bittrex as well as Counterparty’s decentralized exchange. Counterparty is a layer on top of the Bitcoin blockchain and is therefore backed up by Bitcoin’s security. Several successful projects already use Counterparty, including Storj (the SJCX token) and Spells of Genesis (the BCY token and numerous playing card tokens). Counterparty tokens are also integrated into the Takara and Sarutobi games. A smart contracts platform compatible with Counterparty assets is in the works and will enter alpha in approximately two to four weeks. Please reach out to us on the Counterparty slack or via our website!

  • Kyle
    Posted at 23:12h, 06 August Reply

    This is complet BS don’t try to trick us this is not the closest thing to a liquidation, in a liquidation you should sell YOUR assets not your customer’s unaffected assets to compensate the losses of your affected customers!!! How can you mix fiat with crypto when we as traders move to fiat when we are looking for security and now you come and tell us that we are loosing our US Dollar too! An asset that couldn’t be more secure against a vulnerable digital asset !!!? Also do you honestly hink your company is not going to die as soon as you give us access to our funds? What use is for us to have shares of a DEAD company!? Please stop this madness, fiat holders should be safe since fiat is not a risky asset!

  • Joni
    Posted at 23:12h, 06 August Reply

    Please read this carefully: the best option (regarding responsibilities now and in the future) for you (Bitfinex) is not to socialise the hacked funds within all the asset classes but bring the site up as soon as possible and continue trading. Socialising the missing funds within all the asset classes is illegal in every context (also in Hong Kong). You can try to find a way to pay back your debt for those who lost their bitcoins or try to find a way to get rid of your responsibilities for them later on. Some people may file a lawsuit against Bitfinex but you can file a bankruptcy later on if there are no more options left to continue your business, however, right now it is best for everybody that you just continue your business as usual.

    • Joni
      Posted at 00:03h, 07 August Reply

      “Hack resulted in the theft of users’ property,” one lawyer specialising in cryptocurrencies told the Financial Times. If that is the case, the theft will have resembled a thief stealing contents from users’ safety deposit boxes rather than the contents of their bank accounts, meaning victims may not have legal rights over Bitfinex’s remaining assets and will have to bear the losses directly. “This matters because in the bank account situation, losses are necessarily socialised whereas socialising deposit box losses would be theft,” the lawyer added.”

  • M
    Posted at 00:06h, 07 August Reply

    we bitfinex customers require full transparency of the books directly before the hack. Full balance sheet for assets and liabilities. What amount of btc etc eth ltc and other coins, plus USD and any other currencies. Plus, what amount of own assets (USD and coins) where out of your pocket to cover losses. To don’t lose creditability and trustworthiness you must stay FULLY transparent. We want to know all steps of calculating 36% haircut among all accounts. Still loyal customer

  • M
    Posted at 00:46h, 07 August Reply

    Quote Vinny Lingham on twitter: “If I were CEO of @Bitfinex, I would issue a 10 year convertible debt note with a 5% interest rate to all users, and make the note tradable.” https://twitter.com/VinnyLingham/status/761968010466701312

  • Mike
    Posted at 00:57h, 07 August Reply

    As a pure ETH holder on BFX, I’m disappointed but understand the decision. It will be best for everyone involved to support BItfinex and each other and work together rather than fight. Keep calm and crypto on.

  • Dave
    Posted at 01:48h, 07 August Reply

    Guys LIFE is not FAIR, what Bitfinex is doing is totally FAIR, now stop your BITCHIN

  • Lonex
    Posted at 02:17h, 07 August Reply

    If BTC is stolen then the loss should be taken from BTC only and those who lost to get a token that should be credited to them as bitfinex issues debt,, sells stake etc. This way operation can resume and this company can save itself.

    • Trevor
      Posted at 04:35h, 07 August Reply

      This whole situation reeks of deceit and con-artistry. This whole hack could have been staged. How does some people loosing bitcoin turn into everyone loosing 36% of whatever they are holding. Why isn’t bitfinex chipping in? This is not a solution, this is a scam.

  • nick thompson
    Posted at 04:27h, 07 August Reply

    I agree with LONEX I think it is a bitcoin theft, thus a bitcoin problem, let that ecosystem work it out. Just give the Bitcoin users more of the BFX coins and keep other coins out of it. If the theft was in ETC or LTC the Bitcoin community would be in uproar about socializing. Everything sounds good except the socializing part. Please do not touch my ETC!

  • RAY KWON
    Posted at 04:50h, 07 August Reply

    Taking money out of a User’s DEPOSIT WALLET to fund a socialized loss schemata is a TERRIBLE IDEA! USD in the deposit wallet is essentially a BANK ACCOUNT, and should be fully insured by the FDIC. I do not see how Bitfinex can possibly take that action without shooting their company AND their employees in the foot.
    To take money out of a bank account without the expressed, written authorization of the account holder amounts to egregious criminal activity according to both US and International law!
    If Bitfinex reaches into what are USD bank accounts anyway, they are setting the company up for a world of hurt. Additionally, they would open up their employees to huge personal risk of civil action against their persons in multiple jurisdictions. If I was a Bitfinex employee, there would be no way in hell that I would risk that!
    Ok, so when will we get some official answers? This tomorrow, tomorrow line of answering is proving most vexing.

  • coininstant
    Posted at 05:31h, 07 August Reply

    K.I.S.S. Keep It as Simple as possible.
    Hacker stole X BTC from accounts a-z so we gave X BFX coins to accounts a-z
    The simpler Bitfinex keeps it the better in case there is a lawsuit.
    All the socializing of funds is where Bitfinex enters a grey zone of moral hazard and all the conflicts of interest such as: Are they socializing all the employee accounts too? What about the owner’s accoun?. Does the owner even have any BTC on the platform? What are the wallets of everyone involved? Also another thing, why get everybody on the entire platform involved when they should be the ones bailing them out buying the new BFX coins from the victims? The crypto world should be survival of the fittest, not Robin Hood Prince of Thieves! Also what about all the new opportunity costs created? What if the price of the alt coin socialized sky rockets in the future? What amount does Bitfinex pay back, the USD value of the coin at the hack, or the quantity of coins lost? These are important questions that could be avoided for a majority of us if you K.I.S.S.!

  • jkminkov
    Posted at 10:09h, 07 August Reply

    if you have 6 wives and have found one to be an adulterer, you don’t whip all six with total 150 lashes, because all six signed the same marriage contract!

    fyi I’m not bfx customer!

  • Luis Rodríguez, Notas de Libertad
    Posted at 12:43h, 07 August Reply

    Yo creo que socializar las perdidas puede afectar la credibilidad en ustedes y hacer que las personas quieran reguardar lo que queda de su dinero, sobretodo porque pueden dudar de si puede haber otro ataque, en estos casos, siempre quedan dudas. Deberían repartir las BFX entre quienes realmente fueron afectados, y que estos decidan si los venden rápido para recuperar algo de su dinero inmediatamente, si las conservan temporalmente (o hasta que reciban su compensación), o si compran acciones directamente. Si son libres de hacer esto, alguien podría querer las BFX e invertir en ellas, para especular con su valor si tiene algo de fe en ellas (y ganar algo de su fluctuación en el mercado) o podría acumular un gran numero para comprar un numero significativo de acciones. Si tienen otro producto o servicio premium por el cual puedan darse el lujo de aceptar un pago equivalente en BFX, háganlo, puede ser una buena forma de ir saldando su deuda sin la necesidad de pagar con una moneda.

  • han jaeyung
    Posted at 12:47h, 07 August Reply

    Are you kidding me ? Bitfinex are so crasy ! Now.

    really need 36% decrease to balance to all users ? An i think you first need open all bitfinex own account with in XLS file. And second we decide decrease of % each other account. and need vote for ask user answer.

    And i think Bitfinex os greed. Why you want profit of daily earning as normal day.

    An i thought 120,000 btc is so small. that money capacity is just bitfinex 1year propit. i guess bitfinex every day ago earned the money 300~400 btc from fee of user trade without holyday in 24hour.

    Your company want punishment to innocent users for one user.

    I really think about is 36% decrease of account balance not batter than the bankruptcy with bitfinex team to jail.

    Bitfinex need first open money book(bitfinex own accounts).

  • CONDOR
    Posted at 13:13h, 07 August Reply

    socializing — is a strange! I just came to the stock Bitfinex and put down a deposit of $ 3000. Exchange stolen and closed. Now say that the stock Btfx will open, but I have there a deposit
    – 36%. ha ha

  • Mike
    Posted at 13:35h, 07 August Reply

    Bitcoins were stolen so according to the plan, other currencies must be sold to replace some of the missing bitcoins. This plan will drive down the price of the other currencies (since they are being sold) and up the price of bitcoin (since they are being bought). Therefore levying the same percentage haircut against all currencies would not result in fairly sharing the loss. It unfairly penalizes the non-bitcoin currencies.

  • David Smith
    Posted at 17:11h, 07 August Reply

    You guys STILL don’t get it. The ONLY truly secure wealth is hard assets that you can hold and protect, NOT fiat currency or “bitcoins”. Oh well, a fool and his money continue to be parted.

  • Facundo S
    Posted at 17:40h, 07 August Reply

    No tiene sentido que por ejemplo los que tenían USD tengan que afrontar las perdidas por los BTC robados. Muchos de quienes tenían USD en su cuenta lo hacían para proveer liquidez a través de Margin Funding, con la seguridad de que los USD no estaban expuestos a hackeos, cosa que si sucedía con los BTC. Si socializan las pérdidas entre todos, habrá una pérdida irrecuperable de confianza.

  • Martin Schrek
    Posted at 18:39h, 07 August Reply

    To restructure as proposed; you would need to seek a court order of a bankruptcy court in the correct venue. What you are seeking to do cannot be done legally without a court order.

  • coininstant
    Posted at 18:57h, 07 August Reply

    I just realized ETC is lower today so Bitfinex exchanged 30% of my coins for BFX coins at a higher price, meaning now I am up in BFX/ETC, so in hindsight I will take that trade. Now that I am a new owner I think the new BFX coin should look at setting up a steemit type system for it. i.e. let users power them up, and maybe add some BFX Bucks that are hedged? We could test it out right here and use BFX Bucks to vote on each others posts on this forum! steemit is open source, use it for the BFX clone.

  • Nick Thompson
    Posted at 22:05h, 07 August Reply

    On second thought I’ll take those BFX coins, there is a chance they could spike and I could get made whole again way quicker than any other option. That would be way easier than letting a lawyer get my coins. I have been with BFX for a long time, never had a problem before so I trust them for doing the best thing. If the site is back up in 24 hours I would call that a big win compared to other big Hacks Like Mt Gox & MF Global.

  • Nick
    Posted at 09:17h, 08 August Reply

    Socialize losses through all assets is a really ugly idea! You must to socialize losses through BTC accounts, and refund affected users through BFX-BTC assets!

  • Sleeping well?
    Posted at 15:30h, 08 August Reply

    And don’t know who had stolen my BTC, but surely I know who had stolen my USD.
    I guess you know it too, don’t you?

  • Paper Moon
    Posted at 18:43h, 08 August Reply

    Are we getting Shrute Bucks as well?

  • Arturo Galicia
    Posted at 00:59h, 09 August Reply

    Bitfinex gentlemen, it is absurd to generalize the lost; the client must have their BTC, theft is not the customer’s problem, the problem is entirely Bitfinex. Why the customer must pay for the lack of security of Bitfinex?

  • Paul
    Posted at 13:46h, 09 August Reply

    Bitfinex management is laughing at his naive customers. It’s all.

  • Roman Lanskoj
    Posted at 17:04h, 11 August Reply

    How to buy BFX if you don’t accept deposits?

    And how do the emission of BFX works?

  • Ingrid Lechin
    Posted at 02:24h, 15 August Reply

    Y did not understand anything. Only I would like to know when I can to have my money !!

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