American cryptocurrency exchange Poloniex announced about the problems with Bitcoin wallets. Service for depositing and withdrawing BTC was suspended on 17 October for Troubleshooting.
We apologize for the delay in updating you on the status of our BTC wallets. We’re working to reenable BTC deposits and withdrawals, and we anticipate that they will be back online by 9:00 PM ET. We will keep you updated if that timeline changes.
— Poloniex Exchange (@Poloniex) October 16, 2018
According to company representatives, users could not withdraw Bitcoin from your trading platform and transfer the coins to your wallet on the exchange. The developers have promised to solve the problem within five hours, however, after this time service was not renewed. October 18 at 01:46 MSK input and output of Bitcoin began to work, but with delays up to several hours.
BTC deposits and withdrawals are now enabled. Expect deposits to be delayed for a few hours as we work through the backlog. Our apologies for the extended downtime wallet. We are dedicated to improving reliability and minimizing disruption in the future.
— Poloniex Exchange (@Poloniex) October 17, 2018
The exchange Poloniex has tech company the Circle, which in early October announced a collaboration with the virtual reality platform Decentraland to create MANA tokens. For the cryptocurrency MANA it will be possible to buy land in virtual reality.
Important notice for owners of digital assets Syneneo (AMP), Expanse (EXP) and Gnosis (GNO): Poloniex plans to delist these tokens and therefore asks that traders withdraw their coins from the account of the exchange. By the end of 2018 Poloniex also intends to complete margin trading.