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1  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Bitcoin wallet on crashed Raid 0 drives on: March 31, 2014, 09:22:56 PM
A friend mined some bitcoins a couple years ago using slush pool and sent them to a satoshi client wallet on his computer.  The miner caused his computer to bluescreen and refuse to recognize a bootable hard drive.  It was a dual SSD raid0 array.  The computer was never fixed, but now the coins are valuable enough to bother with recovering them.  How should I go about doing this?  Hopefully the SSD's are still good.  I am reasonably technical, just never dealt with raid.
2  Economy / Currency exchange / Selling up to 500 BTC only 1% fee on: May 23, 2012, 05:45:26 PM
selling for cash in chicago
3  Economy / Trading Discussion / Trading on MTGox without 2.5% conversion fee? on: February 22, 2012, 06:35:36 PM
From the info in this support email, I estimate that I will get hit with a 2.5% trading fee about 97% of the time when I deposit and trade in euros because the USD trade volume was 35x higher than the euro volume (last 24hr).  How can I work around this?  Combined with the trading fee and the transfer fee it seems like a lot. I don't understand why they force all the orders to be in the same pool if they are going to charge this much.  Also, what is the typical fee to use the SEPA deposit option?

anonymous5050, Feb 17 02:12 (JST):

I am confused by this section of the multi currency trading FAQ

Q. Are there any other fees charged when trading in multi-currency?
A. No. However, please be advised that there is a 2.5% premium when a trade
involves orders in different currencies.

Am I to understand that I can make a EUR deposit into a EUR mtgox account,
but I will still probably get hit with a 2.5% currency conversion when I
trade due to all the different currency orders being in the same pool?

Mt.Gox Support, Feb 17 09:54 (JST):


Thank you for your inquiry. If your order is met with a EUR sell order, then there should be no premium to this. However, since the USD volume is usually higher than other currencies, trades in USD have more chance to hit another order in USD. Please be noted that other markets such as the EUR and GBP markets are however quite active as well. If you require any further assistance, please feel free to contact us again.

Thanks, Team
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