I can't really have a discussion with tinfoil assertions like that... So I'll bow out. I stated that the deposits take a while compared but it does not mean they are somehow doing something wrong. My deposits landed after 250 confirms every time. As for taking a day or two? Guess I'm not familiar with those, all I saw was the people complaining like children all around the internet because they actually thought they would get the 1BTC to 1 Doge conversion that was pulled down before trading started... Puh Lease.... It's annoying how people get sooooooo wishful in their thinking and then cry when their dreams do not come true. I was trading on cryptsy about 2 hrs after the trading opened for doge.
Edit: I know you are the thread starter and all, but I just want to clarify something... You do understand that for a market to work there needs to be a buyer and a seller correct? People are completely missing this point when they claim that any market is holding back peoples deposits so they can cash in. Someone has to be willing to buy at that price, so are they screening people to see what they are willing to sell for and just letting them in? What is the process you think is going on when you think they are just sitting back with their Doge, not allowing any deposits, and still getting trades on their coin?
Mate, I've been using cryptsy since it first opened, and I know plenty of people that will agree with what I said.
The site is constantly having issues, deposits disappear, or take forever, or sometimes you have multiple negative balances in coins you never traded with, or some people withdraw coins they never had (which oh surprise, were yours)...Just to name a few.
They have this policy of adding ANY crapcoin that comes out, without even bothering in improving their site programming and the hardware running it...They did add more support people to try and cope with the help desk part but that isn't enough really.
Also, I'm perfectly aware of how trading works, and cryptsy staff definitely has an inner circle team that gets a hold of the new coins in bulk before listing them to then dump on the noobs buying those. I've been around and heard those things from people I'd trust but well...doesn't really matter or affect me or you directly. It's just part of the business it seems.
As for doge, buy orders were there, and I'm not talking about the 1 btc ones...problem is, you had to wait a LOT to sell your coins and many people like me missed out on good Doge prices because coinedup.com wasn't working and cryptsy was taking a day to take your deposit. I could have sold at 0.00000250 and sold lower because of that, effectively lost $ because of their delay.