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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Holy Dump !! on: June 12, 2017, 05:33:44 PM
So its finaly here. it was about time for this bubble to pop. Now lets see where it settles.

Any tips for bottoms? Some coins may be already near the minimum, but most of them can still go much deeper.
Dont expect new all time highs any time soon
2  Economy / Economics / Market cap loss over last 3 days? on: May 27, 2017, 10:48:13 AM
Any idea how many billions of dollars off total major cryptocoins' capitalization has been lost during last 3 days in this dump?
It has to be huge amount. I know the market cap is just virtual number, but still its staggering. If this happened in real world's markets, that would mean epic disaster for global economy.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Lets send DOGE to Mars! on: January 14, 2014, 10:57:32 AM

MarsOne is offering to send small photo and message to Mars with their lander.

The cost of sending real DOGE picture and message on Mars would be sligtly above 4 millions DOGEs at current price

The problem is that mission may never happen or succeed. But even then it could be good for doge's publicity Cheesy
what do you think?



4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / britcoin exchange locked on: June 19, 2011, 08:17:19 PM
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Due to the recent events at MTGox.com, we at Britcoin have decided to move our servers to a new location. MTGox suffered an SQL injection which means access to the site's funds were in the hands of the malicious hacker. As such, until we see evidence to the contrary, for security reasons we are assuming that MTGox has none of it's client's bitcoins. For this reason, we have withdrawn their access to our servers and the sensitive information on those servers. While our servers were separate, we were purchasing server space from MagicalTux, the owner/operator of MTGox. We have already moved all our customer bitcoins to a wallet which has newly been created and has the highest measure of security possible. The GBP deposits of course are still safe in our business bank account as well. We will put Britcoin up again as soon as possible, but only once we are confident we have the highest level of security our users deserve.
5  Other / Obsolete (selling) / help. Newbie wants to buy very small amount of BTC. Anyone willing to sell? on: June 17, 2011, 12:40:06 PM
hi

Im just several days new to bitcoin. I have found out that my hardware is currently not sufficient for any mining. I need to get some bitcoin (fraction of it) for some real testing [like sending between my wallets, trading etc.. ]

currently I have  3 redundant dollars on my paypal account  Cheesy .ok not much i know. I would like to buy from members with some good reputation preferably on otc  [i don't want to be scammed on my first transaction even small one:)].

if there is someone interested please PM me with BTC amount you are willing to sell for just 3$.

thanks
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