Bitfinex battles money withdrawal problem

Bitfinex, one the world's biggest cryptocurrency exchanges, faced a problem of money withdrawals on the platform reported by the users
19 November 2017   205893

The members of the community of Bitfinex cryptoexchange started noticing problems with money withdrawal on the exchange. The problem might be linked to the connection between Tether and Bitfinex and the issues concerning redacted information that would normally be included in an audit.

The users started noticing swings of price and comparing those to Bitfinex’s margined trading practices, stating that there was no response from the support and that the company was putting them at risk. This might eventually result in major losses for the company and for the users. The users on Twitter were concerned that the market was being moved by large-scale trades.

Nevertheless on November 19 Bitfinex made an announcement on Twitter stating that both fiat and crypto withdrawals are functioning normal and that the statements were FUD aimed to create a market disrupting event.

The users still continue to be anxious about their financial status bewaring that such problems might eventually lead to the company's crash. Bitfinex claimed that the formal announcement towards the recent allegations is forthcoming.

Waves to Release Node 1.0

According to the team, Node 1.0 is a culmination of many months of work and now RIDE programming language is supported for the mainnet
26 June 2019   86

Waves blockchain platform this Tuesday announced the release of a major update Node 1.0, which will significantly expand the capabilities of its ecosystem.

The developers call Node 1.0 the culmination of months-long work and pay particular attention to the release of the RIDE programming language for the core network Waves, which is focused on creating stable decentralized applications.

In addition, with Node 1.0 in Waves, it will be possible to release collection items on the blockchain or non-fungible-tokens, similar to those used, for example, in Ethereum-based CryptoKitties.

Also, users of the Waves decentralized exchange will be able to use assets other than WAVES coins to pay commissions. Calculation of commissions in this case will be carried out on the basis of the exchange rate of Waves DEX. The developers claim that their community members have been asking for a long time to implement this feature.

Activation of the update will require the accumulation of 80% of the votes of the participants in the ecosystem. For comparison, in EOS, where a similar consensus mechanism is used, the minimum bar is 15%. Node 1.0 on the Waves core network will be launched one week after reaching the specified number of votes. At the same time, users and developers will have access to all the new features.