This has the potential to be a disaster for the SAFENetwork with headlines akin to Mt Gox, I’m baffled by the non response of Maidsafe on this, with no hint of an issue at maidsafe.net.
I would assume there are plenty of people like myself who have basically contributed to the Crowdsale, checked the balance and basically forgotten about Maidsafecoin…because they dont ‘trade’.
I would also assume a lot of folk did not receive any notification via email (I didn’t)
We need some guidance from Maidsafe and some press releases pronto…we all assumed all would be good up to launch with plenty of time to swap over to Safecoin (with guidance and possibly a tool) and that is no longer the case.
I hated the process of purchasing Bitcoin to move into MaidSafeCoin and hoped that would be the end of having to deal with keys etc.
So do I have this right? Move coins somewhere in the next 3 weeks or lose them.
This situation would seem urgent, the little guy out there who bought and tuned out, may be left clueless as to what is happening.
We need an instructional that clearly defines the process what happened at crowdsale, where the coins are now and the alternatives for moving them onto yet another exchange that may or may not be there at launch or to a ‘cold wallet’
So little time to avoid a human and PR disaster if indeed the coins become inaccessible.
If you bought coins and didn’t move them after receiving the coins during the crowdsale, you don’t have to do anything.