User Accuses Exchanges to Drive Reddcoin Prices up Artificially


User Accuses Exchanges to Drive Reddcoin Prices up Artificially – Yesterday one of the cryptocurrency users, called TwerBy, took Reddit to accuse multiple exchanges (without saying names) for their role in driving Reddcoin prices up artificially. He claimed that exchanges are deliberately pending his and many others’ Reddcoin deposit confirmations, while comparing BTC which only takes 6 confirmations after the deposit is accepted.

TwerBy have found voices in the community that are either against or favoring to aforementioned accusations. The “against” ones are simply calling overlong confirmations as a part of security protocol to avoid a possible 51% attack. Some of them claimed to have even asked for such confirm in past, fearing possible security breaches.


While on the other hand, the ones “favoring” TwerBy are citing history to justify the accusations, saying Cryptsy has been actively involved in such malpractices to increase the demand of a particular coin. “They bottlenecked the supply so badly it caused the price to spike,” said BBurlington79, “They like to make their money before they give anyone else a chance to. The first few days, people took upwards of 24 hours to deposit. After a week or so it was down to [an] hour, then almost instantly.”

That leaves us cryptocurrency followers with few questions in mind. Is the decentralized cryptocurrency market is in fact centralized? Does holding coins for confirmations the only way to avoid 51% attack? Is cryptocurrency market are slowly getting affected by the monopoly of regular economies? Certainly there are loopholes that need a quick attention.

If you have lately faced similar issues regarding withdrawal or deposits at cryptocurrency exchanges, do reply us below.

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  • Monk

    Its almost a regular at Crypsty. Once a coin has a bull run, they suddenly announce problems with deposits, very obvious whats going on there.
    On the other hand I suspect almost all of these “exchanges” to sell short against their customers, if the opportunity is given.
    I’m not a fan of regulations, but its very necessary for these “markets”.

  • Pete

    This isn’t a conspiracy. The information is openly available.

    Terrible reporting. 5 minutes research and you’d have all the information you need to mark this users comment as false.


  • Pete.. I am here to discuss what is happening.. I am following this matter and if any update comes in, I will be the first one to report as well. We are here to discuss a possibility my friend. There is no question of being a terrible reporter if what i am discussing is actually happening at some part of the digital world. Any perception however is welcome as it enlightens us rather than offend.

    Thanks for taking interest!