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UK’s Coinfloor Disconnected

Just today as the price started to get jiggy again, I thought I’d use Coinfloor. Only it’s disconnected with a message on the homepages that says: > **PLEASE NOTE:** Due to a temporary networking failure with our hosting provider, we are experiencing issues with our trade engine which we are working to resolve. This also affects GBP, EUR and BTC deposits and with drawals. They’ve appeared to be super established and trustworthy, but I shudder to think of what happens if you wanted a slice of some trades and not only can you not do that, but you also can’t bounce out to another exchange or - worse - a cold wallet. I’m new with them and just got verified so don’t have anything in their pocket, but anyone else experience this with them before? Edit: not sure how long they’ve been down but it’s been well over 2 hours, though they seem to be coming back online.
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