So I was introduced to Comp and cTokens through Exodus wallet provider, and all seemed to be going according to plan. Except once I attempted to use my cDAI “just as you would regular DAI”, and lined them up to send to Bittrex and do some day trades, but wouldn’t you know it? The address and transaction synced up no problems and whooosh transaction successful and confirmed within 30 seconds, noice, but what’s this D:,’ my transaction never arrived because Bittrex no longer supports cDAI and their only remedy to my woes is for me to pay a reasonable fee of $4500 to recover my $950 in DA… I MEAN CDAI. I am losing my home at the moment now, so let’s prevent others from this circumstance.
My eth coding wisdom is a bit… lack luster, more like shack-cruster I’d say. But even with my ignorance of them there syntax I would still imagine there has to be a way to differentiate and flag cToken tnxs attempting to go to their parent coin, right? I’m going to tack on the screenshot of the Exodus desktop app’s explanation and instructions for using your cDAI, because it almost feels like this was intentionally worded in such a way, possibly to line the pockets of the COMP lending pool perhaps? All speculation of course, I’m just grasping at the void of where the straws should be, because there’s no way for me to get out of this chasm I’ve grown accustomed to.
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