Bitfinex

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Bitfinex is a crypto-currency exchange trading and currency-storage platform based out of Taiwan, owned and operated by iFinex Inc. Since 2014, it has been the largest Bitcoin exchange platform, with over 10% of the exchange's trading.

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  • buffermet buffermet (@buffermet) reported

    @binance Ignore the issue for another hour why don't you? 👋 bye I'm going straight to @bitfinex when your mess finally resumes.

  • perlover_here ⚡Perlover⚡ (@perlover_here) reported

    @_markstevenson @bitfinex @BtcpayServer I know. I would say that the Bitfinex pay-qrcode (at site as example pics) look likes from BTCPay server. They are very similar

  • ConsciousFX Conscious Trading 👁 (@ConsciousFX) reported

    @JamesSchmid16 @UpholdInc Use Bitfinex, I’ve used them since 2017 alongside Coinbase with no issues whatsoever

  • BennettTomlin Bennett Tomlin (@BennettTomlin) reported

    @KyleSGibson @jp_koning @CoinDesk It definitely does mention other issues: "Tether routinely diverted customer funds towards ... a potentially non-recoverable claim on Crypto Capital Corp, a fraudulent third-party payments processor, and a risky loan to an affiliate company, Bitfinex."

  • Sohail16177675 Sohail (@Sohail16177675) reported

    @bitfinex No issue crypto visa card plz

  • mrdalesteel uDEFI (@mrdalesteel) reported

    @bitfinex GOT MY COINS ON EXCHANGE. NOW CANT WITHDRAW DUE TO 2FA NOT WORKING. SAY THEY WILL HELP BUT DO NOTHING. DO NOT USE THIS EXCHANGE ITS TERRIBLE!

  • Uhuru_1452 Uhuru (@Uhuru_1452) reported

    @adamluebke @xrp_mami @DeveeSanders I had that issue yesterday on Bitrue. I was going to go out to Bitfinex today and try but haven't had a chance

  • DefiMoon DefiMoon (@DefiMoon) reported

    @CryptoGooseEsq @SBF_Alameda Yea, once Wells Fargo cut them off. They (Tether/Bitfinex) have survived while continuously being under attack from the banking establishment and governments all over the world. That's the real source of their problems from everything I have read so far.

  • jfk_spain joelfk (@jfk_spain) reported

    @paoloardoino @udiWertheimer Paolo, Bitfinex has really big problems for new users to sign in.. I really would like to suggest you some improvements...

  • WoOoW82138661 °WoOoW° (@WoOoW82138661) reported

    @cryptorebel_SV Stop being paranoid, Bitfinex has few volume. The problem of Bsv is not shorts but horrible branding because of toxic leader and community. Nobody wants to deal with these kind of peoples, you really should change your attitude and be more positive. Basic rule of business & life.

  • allthemoneys All The Moneys (@allthemoneys) reported

    @h3avyplastic they do it all the time. people just ignore it. NYAG is not backing down despite not winning a recent settlement with iFinex-Bitfinex-Tether. I think techincally that's part of why New York can not trade Crypto is cause Tether is not allowed.

  • _Tradinator Tradinator (@_Tradinator) reported

    @LomahCrypto Bitfinex...🤓 Problems non existent

  • JerniganIke IkeJernigan(DEATHBLADE) (@JerniganIke) reported

    @StockLizardKing I figured this was in response to Tether and Bitfinex. He did shut Bitfinex down and for good reason. Anyone openly trying to deceive in the crypto community hurts everyone in it.

  • CoinzProfit CoinzProfit (@CoinzProfit) reported

    Following a settlement between the New York Attorney General's office and Bitfinex and Tether, Letitia James said she she aims to "shut down Coinseed’s fraudulent operation" and warned the entire crypto industry to stay vigilant.

  • WillemKadijk Mr Blue (@WillemKadijk) reported

    @udiWertheimer Jemima Kelly (FT) is right on one error by Citi - mixing up basis points and percentages related to credit card fraud. her core message is rehashing FUD on #Bitcoin and Tether. of course Bitfinex made one big mistake in the past - Ms Kelly insinuates there is still no collateral

  • Yodaskk Coiner-Yadox (@Yodaskk) reported

    @congoose1 one of my main scenario would be a retest of like 48.6~~ and then a last dip down to like 40k, and if bitfinex whale want to paint it like that, then it wouldnt be psy-ops but cant be sure obviously

  • Bitfinexed 𝙱𝚒𝚝𝚏𝚒𝚗𝚎𝚡'𝚎𝚍 🔥🌷 (@Bitfinexed) reported

    When there were rumors that Bitfinex was having liquidity problems in October 2018, Bitfinex denied all the rumors. Bitfinex lied. New York Attorney General said Bitfinex lied. Remember this when Bitfinex & Tether claims something isn’t true. They are proven liars.

  • Bitfinexed 𝙱𝚒𝚝𝚏𝚒𝚗𝚎𝚡'𝚎𝚍 🔥🌷 (@Bitfinexed) reported

    When there were rumors that Bitfinex was having liquidity problems in October 2018, Bitfinex denied all the rumors. Bitfinex lied. New York Attorney General said Bitfinex lied. Remember this when Bitfinex & Tether claims something isn’t true. They are proven liars.

  • KyleSGibson Kyle S. Gibson (@KyleSGibson) reported

    @Tether_to Tether wants crypto to stay safe; that's why their execs hid the collapse of Crypto Capital and the liquidity problems at Bitfinex in October 2018.

  • acmecryptocorp Acme Crypto Corp (@acmecryptocorp) reported

    The point at issue was whether the company had tried to cover up its losses at $850 million by misrepresenting the degree to which its Tether reserves were backed by fiat collateral. According to the terms of the settlement, Bitfinex and Tether will pay the Feds $18.5 million,

  • acmecryptocorp Acme Crypto Corp (@acmecryptocorp) reported

    The point at issue was whether the company had tried to cover up its losses at $850 million by misrepresenting the degree to which its Tether reserves were backed by fiat collateral. According to the terms of the settlement, Bitfinex and Tether will pay the feds $18.5 million,

  • adamolacakcocuk DeleveragedShortSellerDTG (@adamolacakcocuk) reported

    34.5m dollar size of short liq. when the price is going down wtf? bitfinex?

  • BennettTomlin Bennett Tomlin (@BennettTomlin) reported

    The intrabank transfer could be completed quickly and with a minimal of problems, especially at a bank that was started by the cofounder of Tether. From Bitfinex perspective they had just a small accounting adjustment, and from tethers perspective they were getting the funds owed

  • Tr0llyTr0llFace Trolly McTrollface 🌷🥀💩 (@Tr0llyTr0llFace) reported

    @russmonk Oh at last someone who gets it. One question: how did Tether manage to issue 350M USDT over a 100+ day period when nobody bought USDT and Bitfinex got only two incoming wires?

  • audacity30 Audacity (@audacity30) reported

    $btc current PA reminds me of jan bottoms, where we had every reason to dump, structure was absolute dogshit and abused from tests but we had this slow, choppy grind down because tesla was accumulating. inb4 institution announces buys through bitfinex.

  • drZeroBound drZeroBound (@drZeroBound) reported

    @SantiagoAuFund @coloradotravis @nope_its_lily Ok - Coinbase and their USDC may find that information of use or the people who are dumb enough to hold large amounts of usdt. If Bitfinex were to go down, the only thing it would give is some really legendary buying opportunities. It makes zero difference in the long run of BTC.

  • thecryptomonk The Crypto Monk ⛩️ (@thecryptomonk) reported

    $20k: double top forming, see ya in 3 years bull cucks $30k: this is unsustainable. You gotta be stupid to buy this high $42k: punting my 150th short since $10k. See ya on my island, bull cucks $58k: next leg down, it's over. Plus, Bitfinex/Tether had to pay a huge fine

  • ProfessorJEY Professor J.E.Y. (@ProfessorJEY) reported

    So much happens in 1 week. Help us write 3 things we learned about centralized finance this week: 1. infra like fed wire can go down 2. $18m cash, a low price tag for @bitfinex to get official "audit" services rendered by a US state gov agency. 3. <fill in the blank, hbu?>

  • mgnr_io mgnr.io (@mgnr_io) reported

    @BrianBettor @bitfinex @AdamScochran perhaps and perhaps, it works the other way imagine regulators more scared of defi than cefi enforcement another issue

  • Rw_Hendriks Roy Hendriks (@Rw_Hendriks) reported

    @candleboxlaw Bitfinex has transported a lot amounts of btc from their cold wallet ready to dump on us. That’s why I think we could go down. But yea. Let’s see if support holds. Other wise on to the next support.