There’s no “official” Safex FAQ, and we’ve been getting a lot of the same questions posted randomly all over the place, so I figured I’d put one together myself.
Maybe I’ll delete it, maybe I’ll edit it, maybe I’ll get banned for this shit, but until then, this is what you’ve got.
- Where is my Safex?
You’re asking this question because you think you bought some Safex but you don’t know where it’s at.
First of all, if you don’t know the answer to this question, you probably shouldn’t have bought it in the first place. However, this is the noobs’ guide so I’ll help you out. Keep reading.
The real answer to this question is, “it’s everywhere”. Okay, not really, but it does exist all over the world on the bitcoin block chain. In order to prove that you own it, you need to have a private key, also known as a wallet file (do not share this with ANYONE).
- Where is the Safex block chain?
It’s currently in development. Right now it piggybacks on the bitcoin blockchain. More specifically, it exists on the bitcoin block chain on what’s called the “Omni Layer”. For now.
- What is the “Omni Layer”?
The Omni Layer is a 3rd-party system that lives on the bitcoin block chain that uses bitcoin transaction messages to secure and validate transfers.
- I have no idea what that means
Why are you spending money on this shit, then? You deserve to get ripped off.
No, nobody deserves to get ripped off, but you should be paying more attention to this shit.
- I bought it from the Safex website
If that is the case, then you probably would have been walked through the creation of a Safex wallet. Keep that private key, that wallet file, to yourself. Whatever you bought still lives there. If you lost it, it’s gone. We can’t recover you’re wallet file. There is no “support team” that can recover your password, if you encrypted it with one. If we could, then it would be hackable. If it was hackable, then the entire idea of a distributed public ledger encrypted block chain marketplace would be nonsense vaporware. Mathematically, it would take every computer longer than the heat death of the universe to crack your private key. So keep that thing safe, eh? If you didn’t, sorry for your losses. They got sacrificed to the Safex gods (which, mathematically, means the value you lost got evenly distributed among those who still maintain control over their wallets, or private keys).
- I’m a cryptocurrency day trader
Kindly find your way to the door please. The biggest the American Italian mob ever got was from pump and dump schemes and tax scams, and we are not into that shit. I hope your next shit coin finds you in the dumps.
- I tried to send my Safex with a really low BTC fee and it’s not throught yet
Your cheap ass just put yourself at the end of the line. Either it will go through eventually, or get rejected by the miners and it will be like it never happened. Try again with a larger tip for the guys processing your stuff for you next time.
- Cryptopia scammed me
This hasn’t happened yet. Give them some time to update their Omni Layer so that you can move your Safex off of their site. PLEASE do not contact their support team or threaten them, they’ve already banned us all for that and we’re hoping to get un-banned.
Quite frankly, I don’t feel sorry for you if you moved your coins from Bittrex to Cryptopia and will later wonder why your shit is all fucked up. Move your shit into your own damn wallet already.
- Where am I supposed to send my Safex?
Right here: 1HcSLAoLjeHwkkBjPDTrBqW9Lk3xkaf3xL
That’s my wallet. You’re welcome.